Posted January 08, 2012 on AP on Fox
Jeff Jordan, the oldest son of Michael Jordan, is leaving the Central Florida basketball team for what he says are ''personal reasons.'' The school announced the decision Saturday night but did provide further details. The senior guard didn't travel with the team for its 81-63 win at East Carolina Saturday night. Jordan's younger brother and Knights guard Marcus Jordan, a junior, remains with the team. Jeff Jordan walked on at Illinois and played three seasons before transferring to UCF after the 2009-10 season. He was playing his first season with the Knights after sitting out a season because of NCAA transfer rules. He appeared in 13 games this season, averaging 2.7 points and 1.8 assists.

Michael Jordan’s Son Jeff Jordan Leaves UCF Program

Michael Jordan’s son and former Illini point guard Jeff Jordan is done with UCF college basketball, the school announced in a statement late Saturday. “We wish Jeff nothing but the best in the future,” UCF head coach Donnie Jones said in the UCF athletics news release. “We appreciate his contributions to our program and he will always be a member of the UCF basketball family...

Michael Jordan’s eldest son leaves Central Florida

One of Michael Jordan's sons is Central Florida's leading scorer. The other is unexpectedly leaving the program. Jeff Jordan, eldest son of the Chicago Bulls legend, will not return to the Knights this semester due to undisclosed "personal reasons," the school announced Saturday evening. Neither Jordan nor Central Florida coach Donnie Jones have gone into greater...
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