American coach Dean Smith, who died five years ago, left a legacy to 180 former tar hills players he coached, according to Marca. In total, the coach bequeathed $ 36,000 ($ 200 to each player).

One of the recipients of the check was legendary NBA player Michael Jordan.

Smith led the University of North Carolina team from 1961 to 1997 and won the NCAA championship with it twice during that time. He also managed the U.S. team that won gold medals at the 1976 Olympic games. In 1983, Smith was elected to the basketball Hall of fame.

The coach has trained more than 50 NBA players, including Michael Jordan, brad Doherty, Jerry Stackhouse, Rashid Wallace, Vince Carter, and Antoine Jamison.

Recall that Jordan was recognized six times as the most valuable player of the final series of the National basketball Association. The Chicago bulls legend ended his career in 2003, when he was 40 years old.

LeBron was supported by Wojnarowski, suspended for insulting the Senator

Los Angeles Lakers light forward LeBron James has backed ESPN insider Adrian Wojnarowski, who was suspended for insulting a us Senator.

“#Sobolewski”, — wrote in his “Twitter” LeBron James.

We will remind, earlier Wojnarowski got into an unpleasant scandal, allowing himself to swear obscenities at the address of Senator from Missouri Josh Hawley. He suggested that the NBA expand the list of alternative phrases that can be put on the jerseys of basketball players instead of last names, and also accused the League of ties with China. Hawley put forward several options of his own: “return to the dream”, “support our troops”, “God bless America”.

Hawley also stressed that the NBA has crossed all imaginable boundaries of politicizing the process. After a while, Hawley posted a screenshot of the response sent by the famous columnist Adrian Wojnarowski. He didn’t choose his words. Wojnarowski later issued a public apology, posting a corresponding post on Twitter, but ESPN decided to suspend the journalist indefinitely.