NBA icon Michael Jordan is inarguably one of the greatest basketball players to have played the game. The Chicago Bulls legend was always considered highly driven and competitive till the time he played the game. Jordan, who has always been regarded as infallible, is not the same as he has been portrayed. Recently, his son, Marcus Jordan, revealed the NBA icon’s biggest fear.
The 32-year-old talked about his father’s biggest fear on the iHeartRadio podcast, which is co-hosted by his girlfriend Larsa Pippen. Marcus revealed his father’s fear on the podcast and said that he is also terrified of something. Junior Jordan said, “There's a bunch of stuff that I feel like people don't know. One is that he's terrified of snakes.”
The ex-UFC Knights basketball player also talked about a prank he and his brother Jeffery Jordan pulled on their father in their childhood. He revealed, "We were probably like 12 and 14, and we got a bunch of rubber snakes and threw them in my dad's room on top of his bed.”
Marcus went on to say that once his dad, the basketball icon, returned home, he grounded his sons. Not only this, but according to him, "He was running around the house trying to figure out who did it."