“You are barely two years old, and I want to tell you so much, but I will be brief.
You changed my life for the better and made me a better man, and I hope I will do the same for you when you grow up. I love you more than life itself. I can't wait to see you become the leader you are destined to become and make positive changes in this world.
And while you work your way through it all, know that I will always be there to guide you, cheer you up, support you, and know that you will never be alone, because I will always cover you. That's all for now, beloved son! Respectfully yours, dad,”Tatum wrote.
A letter from @ jaytatum0 to Deuce. #FathersDay pic.twitter.com/oYNAcConxu
- NBA (@NBA) June 21, 2020
The father was kicked out of the house due to depression, the brothers died from drugs and alcoholism, and he discovered the secret of basketball. Who is this guy that Jordan hates 30 years later?