Michael Jordan's sons had one last wild weekend before returning to school at the University of Central Florida.
The young Jordan men -- Jeffrey, 21, and Marcus, 20 -- visited Las Vegas last weekend to take part in the elder Jordan's fantasy basketball camp, which took place at the pricey Mirage Resort Casino.
While there, Marcus and Jeffrey, along with UCF point guard A.J. Rompza, racked up bills amounting to nearly $60,000 -- and tweeted about it.
The Orlando Sentinel has the proof:
Marcus Jordan later posted on his Twitter account about the players' visits to Haze Nightclub and Liquid Pool Lounge at Aria Hotel and Casino City Center.
"Last night was stupid," Marcus Jordan wrote on his Twitter account. "... 35k at Haze... Totals 50k something the whole day.. Damn!! Going to the pool again today.. Gotta relax!"
Jeff Jordan relayed via Twitter that the camp cost more than $13,500 per person.
According to sports gossip site TerezOwens.com, Michael Jordan "caught wind of his son's extravagant behavior" and the tweet disappeared soon after.
It appears things have calmed down for the Jordan men. As Marcus tweeted Aug. 23, "Sitting in the airport bout to head back to Orlando... Ready to put in work."
Check out the Orlando Sentinel for more -- and exlcusive Twitter video from the Jordan boys' weekend.