NBA legend Michael Jordan stopped by Wilmington Tuesday to hand out Thanksgiving meals and meet with those affected by Hurricane Florence.

Jordan distributed Thanksgiving meals at Lowe’s Home Improvement

After all the meals were handed out at Lowe’s, Jordan, a majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets, went to the Community Boys and Girls Club for a surprise visit.

Jordan spent many hours at the Boys and Girls Club as a kid and has given back over the years to help it stay open and serve more young people.

On Tuesday, he handed out 200 pairs of Air Jordans and care packages to local kids.

Jordan autographed some of the Jordan shoes given to kids.

“The coolest part is that Michael Jordan came, and my brother’s name is Jordan,” said Brieyelle, one of the children at the Boys and Girls Club.

For anyone who says MJ doesn’t do enough, at least he’s doing something. 

More than you can say for most. 

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