Michael Jordan is Now the Father of Twins!

The basketball star and his wife welcome two little girls

Michael Jordan is a dad again!
Michael Jordan is a dad again!
 

"Let's play some basketball," is what we imagine Michael Jordan saying every day, but now especially to his two twins, Victoria and Ysabel, which he and his wife Yvette welcomed on Sunday.

"Yvette Jordan and the babies are doing well, and the family is overjoyed at their arrival," said a rep for the couple. 

The two met six years ago and got married in April, then announced they were expecting seven months after that.

The little ladies join half siblings Jeffrey, Marcus, and Jasmine, who are Jordan's kids from a previous marriage. I hope everybody watches a lot of Space Jam.

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