Larry Hughes recalls an unforgettable nightclub experience with Michael Jordan: 'I’ve only seen that happen in the movies'

Michael Jordan, the legendary basketball player, is known for his love of nightclubs and throwing wild parties. During his playing days with the Chicago Bulls, he once had a party with "several women" at Acapulco's Baby 'O' nightclub which reportedly got so out of hand that he asked the owner to destroy any recording from that night. Years later, when he was playing for the Washington Wizards, his teammate Larry Hughes witnessed how Jordan would always show up in clubs, seemingly appearing out of nowhere. One particular incident at a club in Chicago saw Charles Oakley, Jordan's enforcer, make a fan kneel and praise MJ before moving out of the way so he could get to his seat.