Michael Jordan: The Greatest Basketball Player of All Time
Michael Jordan is considered by most experts to be the greatest basketball player of all-time. He played collegiately at the University of North Carolina, where he helped that team win an NCAA championship in 1982 and also won gold at the Pan American Games in the same year. In 1984, Jordan led the United States to an Olympic gold medal.
Jordan played fifteen seasons in the NBA, winning six NBA championships with the Chicago Bulls. He was also a five-time NBA MVP and a ten-time scoring champion. Jordan retired from basketball in 2003 and became a businessman.
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Jordan scored 61 points and set or tied several league records in a game. He also scored 18 consecutive points, all in the fourth quarter, vs. the New York Knicks on November 21, 1986.
Michael Jordan’s achievements include:
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2009
2 Olympic gold medals – 1984, 1992
6× NBA Champion
6× NBA Finals MVP
5× NBA MVP
10 NBA Scoring Titles
3× steals leader
3× minutes leader