It’s hard to be the oldest son of the greatest basketball player on earth, especially if you also play basketball, as opposed to say, rebuilding engines or practicing medicine.
After Jeff Jordan quit, then rejoined, and then transferred from Illinois to join his younger, more talented brother Marcus, at University of Central Florida, he sat out a season per NCAA rules. This was his first year back, and played in 13 games so far this season.
He’s decided to pack it in again for “personal reasons.”
Hard to blame him.