I dont think so.
Michael Jordan is not NBA Live 10 but he is on NBA 2k11.
I dont think Michael Jordan is on NBA Live 09 but he is on NBA 2k11.
Michael Jordan is not NBA Live 10 but he is on NBA 2k11. He is also on the older games-i think from NBA live 2002 and older.
There is no Michael Jordan on NBA Live 06, but you can create him as a player and play a season if you put him on a team.
No he is not but u can make him search up NBA 2005 Michael Jordan
No...he is on NBA 2k11.
Michael Jordan retired from the NBA in 2003 for his final time. Much love MJ!
Jordan isn't on any NBA Live or 2k9 video games. You usually have to create him.
Unfortunately he is not.
if you want The greatest player of all time;Michael "Air Jordan" Jeffrey Jordan; in you NBA Live 08 or NBA 2k8?? Just create them in your rooster... I think they can afford Air Jordans price...
you cant because the game is about 2009 and Michael Jordan is retired
In his final NBA game, as a Washington Wizard in 2003, Michael Jordan was 40 years old.
Michael Jordan is unfortunataly not on the game NBA 2k10. He is on NBA 2k09.
Michael Jordan played 2 NBA seasons with the Washington Wizards, 2001-2002 and 2002-2003.
Michael Jordan played NBA Basketball from 1984 - 1993. Then he returned from 1995 - 1999. Then he returned again from 2001 - 2003.
Michael Jordan's final game in the NBA was April 16, 2003.
how do i unlock Michael Jordan on nba 2k10
Michael Jordan was 21 when he was drafted into the NBA.
Michael Jordan started playing in the nba in the year of 1984 during the nba draft
It's not called NBA Live 11, it is NBA Elite 11. Kevin Durant is on the cover. NBA 2k11 has Michael Jordan on it.
No he isn't in NBA Live 10. He is rarely in any games, except the really old games.
Micheal Jordan played his final NBA game on April 16, 2003 and then retired for good.
Former basketball player Michael Jordan was drafted into the NBA in 1984. He played in the NBA until 2003 when he retired.
no because he wants alot of money so they can do it
No the bulls legend is Scottie pippen
No he's not because during that time he was in the MLB
so far yes !!!!! i live near Chicago, and i love the Bulls!!! Go Michael Jordan!!!!!
Michael Jordan was never kicked out of the NBA.
You can't but you can create him to look just like him... sorri
Michael Jordan's final NBA game was April 16, 2003, he also retired for good that day.
Michael Jordan played basketball when he was in college from 1981 to 1984. Michael then played basketball in the NBA from 1984 to 1993, then again from 1995 to 1998, then again from 2001 to 2003.
Michael Jordan started in the NBA in 1987. And he retired for the first time in 1998 and then for the second time in 2003. And if you think that I am lying I am not because I have to do a repot on him and I interviewed him and he said that Lauren OUT!
YOU CAN CREATE HIM YOURSELF OR TYPE IN AT GOOGLE CREATE MICHAEL JORDAN ON NBA 2K6 AND THAT WILL HELP YOU CREATE HIM
You can get Michael Jordan if you complete the Jordan challenge. You can use him in an exhibition match etc.
I have an 89 NBA Michael Jordan Card says NBA all star Weekend on it!! How much would it be worth.
Kobe Bryant has played against Michael Jordan numerous times in the NBA all-stars, Bryant on the Lakers, Jordan on the Bulls.
Michael Jordan is 6 feet 6 inches tall.
Michael Jordan won 3 straight NBA titles 2 times in his Career,
Magic Johnson won five NBA championships. Michael Jordan is a six-time NBA champion.
Juanita Jordan is the former wife of NBA star Michael Jordan. They couple sold their Chicago home after the divorce but there is no word as to if she is still living in Chicago.
Heck I don't even know, that's why I wanna know................
Michael Jordan entered the NBA in 1984, being the 3rd overall pick in the 1984 draft by the Chicago Bulls.
Michael Jordan made his NBA debut with the Chicago Bulls in 1984. He was drafted by the Bulls in the 1st round of the 1984 NBA Draft, and was the 3rd pick overall.
the people for nba jam regular and nba jam on fire edition, have to have an agreement with michael jordan himself because everything for him would have been a 10 automatically.
Michael Jordan last played for the Washington Wizards