MICHAEL JORDAN STATUE
The Michael Jordan Statue is now accessible to the public during Atrium Hours of Operation.
Looking for a memorable photo opp? Check out the Michael Jordan statue located in the atrium.
The statue, unveiled before a national television audience by Larry King, Jerry Reinsdorf and Michael Jordan himself in a November 1, 1994 ceremony at which the famous No. 23 was retired, sits on a 5-foot high black granite base inscribed with Jordan's basketball achievements, and the words, "The best there ever was. The best there ever will be."
The statue itself measures 12 feet tall (17 feet from top to bottom) and weighs 2,000 pounds. The statue was cast in bronze using the "lost wax" method at Art Casting of Illinois, a foundry in Oregon, Illinois.