Ever since Jordan retired, there hasn’t been a player that would seem equal to Jordan in terms of being good at both ends of the court and mentally as well.
Michael Jordan’s legacy continues to stand the test of time.
He played in total 1072 NBA games (1039 started), averaging 30.1 ppg, 6.2 rpg in 38.3 minutes per contest. He was a 14-time NBA All-Star, and a 6-time the NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls.
Jordan led the NBA in scoring in 10 seasons and tied Wilt Chamberlain’s record of seven consecutive scoring titles. He was also a fixture on the NBA All-Defensive First Team, making the roster nine times. Many of Jordan’s contemporaries label Jordan as the greatest basketball player of all time.
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Jordan started making a name for himself even in his rookie season, 1984, when he first entered the NBA. At the time, the league has never seen anyone like him.
Below is a compilation of Jordan’s highlights from his rookie season: