Michael Jordan to receive Presidential Medal of Freedom

220px-michael_jordan_in_2014(Raleigh News & Observer)  President Barack Obama will bestow the Presidential Medal of Freedom on basketball superstar Michael Jordan, now the principal owner of the Charlotte Hornets NBA franchise, the White House announced Wednesday. Jordan is among 21 individuals who will receive the nation’s highest civilian honor on Nov. 22. In the announcement, the White House described Jordan as “one of the greatest athletes of all time.” In 15 seasons in pro basketball, Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six National Basketball Association championships. Earlier, as a freshman at the University of North Carolina, he led the Tar Heels to a national championship in 1982.

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Bill Murray celebrates Cubs World Series win in glorious fashion, for all to share

GTY 620750626 S SPO BBO BBA BBN USA OH(USA Today) The Chicago Cubs won the World Series on Wednesday night in Cleveland in an incredible 10 innings vs. the Indians. It put an end to the Cubs’ 108-year title drought, and superfan Bill Murray, who was one of many celebrities at the game, couldn’t believe it. Murray’s celebration was glorious. He tried honking MVP Ben Zobrist’s new car on the field, then he went into the locker room and acted as a Fox Sports reporter. Murray gave Dexter Fowler drinking tips in his interview: “Pace yourself. You’re gonna be doing this for a few years. You don’t want to start drinking too hard too early.”

See multiple video clips HERE>