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Michael Jordan doesn’t like people seeing him wearing his reading glasses

Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan arrives at the federal building in Chicago, Monday, Aug. 17, 2015, where the civil trial resumes on the value of Jordan’s name and how much a grocery-store chain should pay for invoking it without permission in an ad. The only unresolved issue is how much the now-defunct Dominick’s Finer Foods must pay Jordan in damages for the steak ad that congratulated him on his Hall of Fame induction. (Rich Hein/Sun-Times Media via AP ) CHICAGO TRIBUNE OUT, MANDATORY CREDIT, MAGS OUT, NO SALES


Michael Jordan is supremely confident.

It was a defining characteristic of his great playing career, and it obviously hasn’t dissipated with age.

Who would he take 1-on-1 against LeBron James in their primes? Himself, of course.

What about against current Hornets now? Himself there, too.

But, testifying in a lawsuit over use of his image, Jordan apparently revealed something that makes him self-conscious.

Associated Press:

Jordan, 52, displayed an amused discomfort with having to wear reading glasses while on the witness stand, jokingly saying “don’t look” when he put them on to read a page he was handed.

ABC 7’s report includes a courtroom sketch of Jordan in glasses: