Remember that video of a dude who went full '90s Jordan while playing pickup basketball?
This nigga got the full Jordan everything on lmao pic.twitter.com/gdcr4tnp3r— Bubba Scarfs (@J_Hardiman23) July 5, 2016
Last month, Jeffrey Harrison became an overnight Internet sensation with his uncanny impersonation of the Michael Jordan—or at least his dedication to look like the GOAT during the Chicago Bulls' championship era.
In a subsequent interview with Harrison, who apparently has autism, he said it helps him overcome life's challenges and more importantly, the stigma of his disability.
This dude definitely had a boom box with Alan Parson's "Sirius" playing when he took off his warm ups. pic.twitter.com/OedmhA5sKk— Nate Jones (@JonesOnTheNBA) July 5, 2016
Although it seems that fame isn't the only thing the 33-year-old Pasco native got from giving a glimpse of his amusing playing style.
Recently, Harrison received a gift that any MJ superfan would drool over.
Michael Jordan sent two boxes of gear to Jeffrey Harrison after seeing video of him playing hoops in his MJ uniform. pic.twitter.com/ZV0c7KpJcQ— Darnay Tripp (@DarnayTripp) August 12, 2016
Yes; two freakin' boxes of Jordan freakin' gear. It's a big deal not only because it came from the legend himself, but also considering how steep the prices of the Air Jordan selection are.
And if you think that concludes the gift-giving for Harrison, what came next was something that you can't put a price tag on.