Michael Jordan Gets Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

Michael Jordan Gets Inducted Into Basketball Hall of Fame

Michael Jordan will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, Friday. The legendary Chicago Bull's player left his mark on the city by helping the team win 6 NBA championships.

Michael Jordan's unique skill on the court and his many product endorsements could make him the most recognizable athlete in the world. Steve Schanwald has been working for the Chicago Bulls business operations since 1987. He says Jordan brought an energy to the franchise that remains unmatched.

SCHANWALD: Michael's departure left a void unlike that which any athlete has ever left when he's retired. We've had to fill that huge void, and we're still trying to fill it. And I don't know that you could ever fill a void that big, but we're certainly trying.

Jordan hung up his number 23 jersey in 1999, but came out of retirement for a short time to play for the Washington Wizards. Tomorrow, Jordan will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusettes.