It appears NBA legend Michael Jordan is headed back down the aisle. The Associated Press says Jordan and his fiancée Yvette Prieto stopped by the Palm Beach County courthouse Thursday. The purpose of the visit was to apply for a marriage license, according to Kathy Burstein, a spokeswoman for the clerk's office.
Jordan proposed to Prieto, a model, in late 2011. The two met, and started dating, in 2008. This will be Jordan's second marriage, after ending a 17-year union with Juanita Jordan in 2006. The couple didn't have a prenuptial agreement when they got married, and the divorce cost Jordan $168 million, making it one of the most expensive on record.
Jordan's pro career has been over nearly a decade. Though he is most known for his time as the star of the Chicago Bulls, Jordan played his last game with the Washington Wizards, a team he partially owned, on April 16, 2003.
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