Michael Jordan can still dunk at age 50. (Source: MJ Flight School)
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When Michael Jordan was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009, he hinted that he might have one more comeback in him. That's obviously not going to happen at age 50, but it looks like he still has his hops.
MJ threw down this dunk for participants at his annual Flight School camp, which takes place at the University of California at Santa Barbara.
It's not the same as having seen him play in his prime, but getting to tell your grandkids, "I saw Michael Jordan dunk live and in person" is still a huge point of pride for campers.
Jordan isn't the only legend who still has it. Larry Bird recently drilled 15 baskets in a row at a Pacers practice, and Julius Erving was captured on film dunking at age 63.
It's good to see the old guys can still get up.
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