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Posted at 2:27 PM ET, 11/24/2010

Marcus Jordan gets his first collegiate dunk as he follows in Michael Jordan's footsteps

By Cindy Boren

Is it the shoes? Nope, it's the genes.

Marcus Jordan, a 6-3 sophomore guard, got the first dunk of his collegiate career Tuesday night as his Central Florida team beat Stetson 85-58 in Deland, Fla. Jordan finished with 15 points, five assists and three steals and, if you check the roster, you'll see another "Jordan" on it. No. 13 is Jeff Jordan, a senior who also happens to be the son of Michael Jordan.

He seems to be taking fashion tips from Mars Blackmon rather than MJ, though.

By Cindy Boren  | November 24, 2010; 2:27 PM ET
Categories:  College basketball, NBA  
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Comments

thanks for the mar's blackmon clip.

Posted by: luvdc808 | November 24, 2010 3:18 PM | Report abuse

Mars Blackmon was great. I've been looking for an excuse to hook up one of those videos ever since I started this blog.

Posted by: CindyBoren | November 24, 2010 3:49 PM | Report abuse

As Mars said in "She's Gotta Have It": "If you can't trust Mars Blackmon, who can you trust?"

Posted by: jcbcmb68 | November 24, 2010 10:16 PM | Report abuse

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