Hyped up sports star used to sell shoes to the duped masses.
Statistically a great player, won 6 rings (albeit it was in the weak 90's where expansion teams watered down the talent, where was Jordan's rings when Magic, Bird and the Pistons ruled the NBA in the 80's? Nowhere.) He always failed without Pippen, the Bulls were 182-228 in season when Pippen didn't play but Jordan did.
The year after Jordan left the Bulls, they won 2 less games. 2 LESS GAMES! That is how valuable Jordan was, Pippen was the clog that won games, Jordan was just there to sell jerseys and get on sports center.
God in a Pair of Nikes? That's what ESPN has brainwashed you kids?
Bill Russell: 11 rings
Michael Jordan: 6 rings
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: 6 MVPs
Michael Jordan : 5 MVPs
Jordan had 5 losing seasons in 5 years without Pippen, and was 1-9 all-time in the playoffs with 2 sweeps and 0 first round exits. The GOAT? Not even CLOSE!
the greatest basketball player ever.
the m'f'ing G.O.A.T.
1988 defensive player of the year.
3 time all-star mvp.
10 scoring titles.
6 finals mvp's in 6 championships.
1987, 1988: the dunks. champion.
1. Greatest Basketball player EVER to represent not only Chicago, but the NBA in general.
2. The act of coming back to a sport/hobby/job after announcing retirement/quitting for good.
1. Michael Jordan was one of (if not THE) greatest basketball player of all time!
2. We all thought that he quit skydiving, but he pulled a Michael Jordan on us!
air superiority rolled up in one.
none needed. he's the shit.
An electrifying basketball superstar who transformed the pathetic Chicago Bulls into 6-time world champions. ESPN voted him the number one athlete of the century. Every game Jordan would do something spectacular and for 13 seasons he captivated crowds with gravity defying dunks, inspired defence, and dramatic game-winning shots. Every season Jordan improved his game and remained a step ahead of his many foes.
Dude, last night John Starks talked some smack and Michael Jordan lit him up for 55 points.
The G.O.A.T. of the basketball world
MJ is the greatest of all time