Michael Jordan is giving a new meaning to "His Airness."
A passionate cigar smoker, Jordan did not want the state-of-the-art home theater in his new $12.4 million mansion to be too cloudy. So, according to TMZ, Jordan has purchased "special equipment made to handle mass amounts of cigar smoke." In other words, air quality will not be a concern at Jordan's new palace in Florida.
This way, visitors will much more comfortable when they settle in to watch "Space Jam."
Jordan's mega-mansion, which will end up measuring 28,000 square feet, has 11 bedrooms and a basketball court. It is being built in the middle of a "golf course community" named after the Golden Bear himself, Jack Nicklaus.
This might not be as luxurious as Jordan's $29 million suburban Chicago house, but that place wasn't built on a golf course.
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