If you’ve been watching the ESPN docuseries “The Last Dance” you might have taken notice of the palatial house Michael Jordan is being interviewed in, featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase an ocean view in the background.

A fitting locale for an NBA legend worth over $1 billion.

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But the reality is, that’s not his house. In fact, Jordan was interviewed in three houses for the show, and none of them were his.

“The Last Dance” director Jason Hehir told Insider that Jordan refused to be interviewed in his home. Hehir said he also tried to film Jordan on his plane for a trip he took for a Nike meeting and Air Jordan nixed that idea as well.

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