Michael Jordan's Son Arrested For Drunken Disturbance
"Heir Jordan" Might Quit Basketball
Marcus Jordan has come up with a new basketball move: the slam drunk. The son of NBA great Michael Jordan was arrested in Nebraska over the weekend for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Jordan, 21, was arrested after being found by police in the middle of a drunken shouting match with two women in a hotel parking lot in Omaha, Nebraska, early Sunday morning.
The 6'3'', 200-pound college basketball player resisted arrest but was finally subdued by multiple officers, authorities say.
In town for the Olympic swimming trials, Jordan instead spent Sunday in the Omaha drunk tank.
This is the second time this year that Jordan has made uncomfortable headlines for his famous name. In late May, he claimed he was "pranked" after apparently accidentally sending a tweet to a porn star that sounded an awful lot like a sexual proposition.
Jordan currently plays for the University of Central Florida, but rumors are swirling that he's close to quitting the team.
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