Michael Jordan: His Airness Trailer

Michael Jordan: His Airness Trailer (1999)

01 January 1999

From his days as a child in North Carolina to his retirement from the Chicago Bulls in 1999, His Airness takes you on a journey through Michael Jordan's entire career. Complete with spectacular highlights along with interviews from teammates, coaches, and writers, plus Michael's own insight, this video captures the spirit, determination and championship drive of this global icon.

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France 01 January 1999

United States 01 January 1999

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