Last week, former Chicago Bulls and current Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan accepted the Ice Bucket Challenge laid out to him from Derek Jeter of the New York Yankees and Jordan challenged the entire 1992 Dream Team, plus Knicks president Phil Jackson.
Since the Ice Bucket Challenge has gone viral to create awareness and donations for ALS, over $55 million has been raised from athletes, celebrities and people all around the word to help end Lou Gehrig's Disease.
For those who want to help donate to the cause to help end ALS, you can follow the link to their website.
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