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Florida — Like father, like son.

While his dad hung up his famous Nike’s years ago, Marcus Jordan has propelled the family legacy, displaying his own athletic ability as a sophomore guard at Central Florida by soaring over and dunking on his opponents.

At least this was the case on Tuesday night when Marcus, the second eldest son of NBA legend Michael Jordan, intercepted an inbounds pass midway through the second half as the Knights took on in-state foe Stetson in Deland, Fla.

Stetson sophomore Ridge Graham stood at the baseline and carelessly tossed the ball to teammate Luis Jacobo who stood cemented at the free throw line as Jordan stole the pass.

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