Michael Jordan was one of the greatest players in NBA history. He won six championships with the Chicago Bulls, became the first player to be drafted straight into the league, had one of the best jump shots ever seen on a basketball court and his name still lives on today because of all these accomplishments.
In one corner there is the Chicago Bulls, a team that holds the record for most wins in a single season in NBA history and has won 6 championships.
The other side is represented by Miami Heat, who have only won 4 championships.
In fact, they have only been able to get as far as 3rd place twice since their last win back in 2006 (when LeBron James was still playing).
In the other corner, there is the Miami Heat, a team that is known for winning back to back championships and holding one of the top three-point percentages in NBA history.
In the other corner, there is the Miami Heat, a team that is known for winning back to back championships and holding one of the top three-point percentages in NBA history. The Bulls were considered a playoff favorite entering this game but have struggled lately. They lost their last two games by an average margin of 14 points per game – both losses coming against squads with inferior records (New Orleans Pelicans and Cleveland Cavaliers).
The Heat are led by MVP candidate LeBron James who has been leading his team with 23 points per game on 57% shooting from the field while also averaging 7 rebounds per contest along with 8 assists per game during his tenure with Miami thus far this season; however, he’s not alone on this squad as they’ve also managed to get contributions from Dwyane Wade who averages 20 points per game while shooting 51% overall (.481) along with Chris Bosh who adds 13 boards at 7 boards/game*
The Bulls have had their fair share of talented players, but none were as great as Michael Jordan.
The Bulls have had their fair share of talented players, but none were as great as Michael Jordan. He was the greatest basketball player of all time with six championships and an assist per game average that is second all time.
- He led the Bulls to six championships in eight years, including three straight titles from 1991-1993 (the only team ever to accomplish this feat).
- His signature move was dunking over defenders who were taller than he was; they called him “The Dunking Mascot” because he could dunk from anywhere on the court when given enough room by defenders like Magic Johnson and Larry Bird who couldn’t stop him from doing so.*
Jordan was the first player to be drafted out of college straight into the NBA, something that not many people have been able to do.
Jordan was the first player to be drafted out of college straight into the NBA, something that not many people have been able to do. He was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1984, and he chose to play for them over other teams because they offered him a better deal. He went on to win six championships with them over his career (five with Michael Jordan, one with Scottie Pippen).
Not only was Jordan a dominant player on offense, but he was also known for his defensive skills as well.
Jordan was known for his defensive skills, and he was a very good defender. His ability to block shots and steal passes helped him become one of the best players in basketball history. He also had a great sense of humor on defense, which made him very memorable to watch.
Jordan was also known for trash talking other players on the court during games; this led some people to believe that it wasn’t really about winning or losing but rather about having fun with their friends and family at each other’s expense (which sounds kind of mean).
He also became known for having a sly tongue when it came to trash-talking his opponents during games.
His ability to trash-talk opponents and get under their skin was legendary. Jordan would often say things like “Starks will never fly with MJ again.” Or, he’d taunt the other team’s star by saying he had a “bad cold.”
He also became known for having a sly tongue when it came to trash-talking his opponents during games. He once said he was going to “outrun” Michael Jordan in 2001 because it was his birthday month (he turned 31 on October 6).
One of his most famous quotes came from game six of the 1993 Eastern Conference Finals against New York Knicks point guard John Starks when he said “Starks will never fly with MJ again.”
The most famous quote of his came from game six of the 1993 Eastern Conference Finals against New York Knicks point guard John Starks when he said “Starks will never fly with MJ again.”
He was talking about the Knicks’ point guard John Starks, who was 6’7″ and Jordan was 6’6″. What he meant by “Starks will never fly with MJ again” is that if you make a shot over him, then your career is over because you’ll never get another shot at him ever again.
Jordan’s dominance on both ends of the court made him a standout player in NBA history and earned him six championships throughout his career with two separate three-peats (three championships in a row).
Michael Jordan is one of the most famous players in NBA history. He earned his status through dominance on both ends of the court, winning six championships throughout his career with two separate three-peats (three championships in a row).
He’s also known for his trash talking with rival players like Charles Barkley and Larry Bird while playing against them.
His legacy still lives on today because of these accomplishments and how he revolutionized basketball as we know it today with all his dunks and shots over defenders who were much taller than him.
Jordan was known for being a great defensive player, and he revolutionized the NBA as we know it today with all his dunks and shots over defenders who were much taller than him. He is considered one of the greatest players in basketball history and has been named one of the 50 greatest players ever born on earth by Basketball Hall of Fame members.
Jordan was born in Brooklyn New York City where he played basketball from an early age until his high school days at Laney High School which is located in Oakland California where he led them to victory against San Jose State University that year with an average score of 69 points per game during their win streak which lasted until they lost against Santa Clara University by 35 points.
Michael Jordan may be retired from basketball, but his legacy will never die. His legacy lives on in the NBA because of how dominant he was on both ends of the court and how much he revolutionized the way basketball was played before him.