There's no denying Michael Jordan is not only one of the best athletes of all time, but also one of the best to ever pick up a basketball. The six-time NBA champion who lived up to early expectations on the court and off the hardwood, is a billion-dollar brand. 

Fans were treated to an inside look into his final years with the Chicago Bulls earlier this year when the docuseries The Last Dance aired on ESPN. There was plenty of coverage about spats with teammates and his short-lived baseball career, but not much was revealed about Jordan's personal life. According to director Jason Hehir, that was intentional. 

"I wasn't interested in the opinion of any wife or kids in this," Jason explained to The Athletic’s Richard Deitsch. "We had the storytellers we wanted and I felt like we had the story covered from every angle."

If you, like many others, were left wondering who has the honor of calling the Charlotte Hornets majority owner "dad," read on for an introduction into the Hall of Famer's large family.