Make that two sons of Michael Jordan playing for Central Florida.
UCF announced Monday that guard Jeff Jordan is enrolled at the school. He joins his brother, Marcus, who was a freshman last year for the Knights.
Jeff Jordan left Illinois after last season. He played 92 games in three years, averaging about 13 minutes a game last season. He must sit out the 2010-11 season under NCAA transfer rules and will have one year of eligibility left.
Marcus Jordan averaged eight points and three rebounds a game for UCF last season.
The pair will now get a chance to play together in front of their father, Michael, the NBA great and new majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.
Former Memphis guard Roburt Sallie has signed a financial aid agreement to play at Louisville.
Sallie spent the last two years with the Tigers, averaging 10.5 points and 4.0 rebounds in 22 starts last season. He holds Memphis' school record for career 3-point accuracy, making nearly 44 percent in his two seasons.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino says Sallie's versatility and experience will help him fit in quickly with the Cardinals, who have lost their top four scorers.
Sallie must complete his bachelor's degree at Memphis this summer and Louisville must request a waiver from the NCAA for Sallie to play this fall. Pitino said he expects to have Sallie available if his academics are in order.