When you’re a mega star like Michael Jordan, you can pretty much make your own rules and announce your own prices. That’s why Michael Jordan is totally cool with letting everyone know that he doesn’t do any media deal for less than $10 million.
Michael Jordan appeared in a Chicago court this week for his lawsuit against Dominick’s Grocery Store, which used his airness in a print ad which appeared in a 2009 issue of Sports Illustrated.
Dominick’s never asked Jordan for permission to use the image. Then, while under oath, Jordan said he only accepts media deals that are worth more than $10 million.
Ballin’ … literally.
Michael Jordan said in court today that he doesn't do personal media deals for less than $10 million.
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) August 18, 2015