Michael Jordan was interviewed at Monday’s national title game.

By SI Wire
April 04, 2016

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Former UNC star and six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan was in attendance at Monday’s national championship game between the No. 1 Tar Heels and No. 2 Villanova Wildcats.

During the second half, Jordan was interviewed by TBS sideline reporter Craig Sager, who asked the former Tar Heel how often he thinks about his game-winning shot for UNC in the 1982 national championship game against Georgetown.

“That’s the birth of Michael Jordan,” the 14-time NBA All-Star said. “Before then, I was Mike Jordan. I make that shot, I’m Michael Jordan...For me, it started my career.”

Watch the interview below:

During his three seasons at UNC, Jordan averaged 17.7 points and five rebounds per game.

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