Hall of Famer and overall basketball legend Michael Jordan is getting married for the second time.
According to Kathy Burstein, spokesperson for the clerk's office, Jordan went to the Palm Beach County courthouse Thursday morning to apply for the license, reports the Associated Press.
Though the identity of his future bride wasn't yet announced, Jordan got engaged to Yvette Prieto, a Cuban-American model, in December 2011.
The Space Jam star and Nike's Air Jordan mogul was first married to Juanita Vanoy in 1989 but divorced in 2006. He has two sons, Jeffrey Michael and Marcus James, and a daughter, Jasmine.
Jordan, who owns the Charlotte Bobcats, spent most of his NBA career dominating the Central Division when he played for the Chicago Bulls from 1984 to 1993, then back again to the Bulls from 1995 to 1998 after a short retirement. He was also part of the elite "Dream Team," the men's Olympic basketball team in 1992, also with legends Larry Bird, Magic Johnson and Karl Malone, to name a few.
He is a six-time NBA champion and has been named NBA's Most Valuable Player five times. He averaged about 30 points a game, until his 1996 - 1997 season, in which he played an impressive series finals game against Utah Jazz with the flu.