Magician reveals images of Michael Jordan’s new $115 million super yacht after being hired to perform for the NBA legend

Meanwhile, Jordan recently saw his stats being questioned by a famous sportscaster

MICHAEL Jordan went on a family vacation with a trick up his sleeve, organizing a private magic show at his $115 million superyacht.

The magician, Sean Christopher, who performed for MJ then gave a glimpse at the NBA icon’s luxurious boat.

Michael Jordan had a magician perform at his superyacht during vacation recentlyCredit: INSTAGRAM/ magiciansean

The magician later gave a glimpse at the NBA legend’s $115m yachtCredit: INSTAGRAM/ magiciansean

Christopher shared a clip of himself heading toward Jordan’s yacht, M’Brace, on a speed boat.

In the clip – which he took at what he tagged as a “secret location” – the camera eventually panned to the black-and-white vessel.

The performer also shared a selfie with Jordan, 61, which he took while holding a fan made of cards in his left hand.

“Performing for Michael Jordan and his family on their yacht,” Christopher wrote in the Instagram post.

“An absolute childhood dream come true…”

Jordan is said to have been vacationing with his wife Yvette Prieto by Spain’s Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea.

The Chicago Bulls icon reportedly purchased M’Brace from British entrepreneur Lloyd Dorfman, who splashed about $115 million on it in 2018, a couple of years ago.

The yacht can accommodate 12 guests and a crew of 24, per Superyacht Fan.

It is said to come with annual running costs of around $10 million.

Meanwhile, Jordan saw his stats from his 1988 Defensive Play of the Year award-winning season questioned by FS1 star Nick Wright last month.

Michael Jordan called out over ‘fraudulent’ stats in NBA legend’s greatest season as FS1 star calls them ‘inflated’

Wright called MJ’s numbers “fraudulent” and “inflated” after Yahoo’s Tom Haberstroh noticed he logged significantly higher steal and block averages at home compared to on the road.

“On the road when there was seemingly a neutral scorekeeper he averaged three steals and blocks a game,” Wright said on his show What’s Wright?

“But at home, those numbers jumped to five and a half, now was he just better at home than on the road is that common?

“The difference of 182 percent.”

Wright pointed out that Haberstroh found discrepancies in Jordan’s official stats having obtained full-game footage of his six home games from the 1988 season.

“Michael Jordan had 12 steals, the home box score 28,” Wright said.

“There was a game where they credited Jordan with more steals than the other team had turnovers.

“Might put a different hue on the GOAT conversation.

“I’m just here for a fair and accurate reading of NBA history.”

Jordan officially registered 35 points, 5.9 assists, 3.2 steals, and 1.6 blocks per game during the 1987-88 season.

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