Michael Jordan donates more than $1 million to Laney High School

Michael Jordan left his legacy on the basketball court at his alma mater, Laney High School. Jordan, a 1981 Laney graduate, continues to give back to his school. On Thursday he donated $1.1 million to his high school. The money is part of a negotiated contract that comes from a portion of sales of Laney 5 sneakers that were released in 2013. (WECT)

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