ESPN's documentary The Last Dance has revealed a bunch of interesting things about Michael Jordan so far.
Like he once punched his former teammate Steve Kerr in the face. And he felt a way about Scottie Pippen sitting out for a long period of time while he was beefing with the front office.
But the doc didn't go into what it's like for Jordan's kids, considering their dad is one of the most famous people on the planet.
The hoop legend's son Marcus Jordan recently chopped it up with TMZ and explained what the best and worst part is about being Air Jordan's kid.
“At an early age there is some pressure,” he said. “But it was never something that I shied away from. For me, I had the privilege of watching my brother who’s two years older than me, so he had to get thrown into the fire before I did."
"The best thing, honestly, there’s just a lot of perks," added Marcus. "I didn’t take my first commercial flight until I was a junior in high school. I grew up playing Playstation on a private jet … The negative or the worst thing is having to operate under the assumption that people are always wanting something from you, whether it’s a Jordan shoe or a connection of some sort."