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Michael Jordan’s Son’s Future with UCF Basketball Program in Doubt

[Yahoo! Sports]

Amid growing concern at Central Florida that second-leading scorer Marcus Jordan may leave school rather than return for his senior year, one of the shooting guard’s closest friends decided to poke fun at the situation.

“If you want the truth on @SASBMJ and what’s going on I will need 200 thousand dollars and a job for at least two years with bonuses!” former UCF point guard A.J. Rompza joked Tuesday on Twitter.

Questions about Jordan’s future at UCF began Tuesday with a report from sports gossip site TerezOwens.com that Michael Jordan’s younger son is expected to pursue business interests rather than return to UCF.

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