Nike executive Larry Miller recently admitted to murdering a person, back in 1965, when he was in a gang in Philadelphia.
Miller admitted in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated that he killed a man when he was only 16 years old.
He said he used a .38-caliber gun to shoot Edward White,18 who was pronounced dead on the spot.
Miller was arrested and didn’t get out of prison until he was 30.
He has kept this secret from friends and even his own children until recently. In the last few months, he’s told Jordan, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and other Nike executives so they heard it from him first.