Michael Jordan

This is undoubtedly the biggest and best player of all time. Michael Jeffrey Jordan was born in New York on February 17, 1963 and before playing in the NBA, nike bet on him because they knew they would soon make a place in the league and become a legend. He won six rings with the Chicago Bulls, averaging 30.1 points per game in his career, the highest average in league history. In addition, won 10 scoring titles, 5 MVP, 6 Finals MVP, named to the NBA Team ten times, nine times on the defensive leader in steals for three years and a prize for the best defender of the season. Besides that Michael became an icon for the sport as it appeared in Sports Illustrated 49 times and was named best athlete of the twentieth century. Early on, Jordan moved with his parents and siblings to North Carolina, where still in high school, started playing baseball basketball and football after being dropped from the squad in its second year measure 1 80 , returned to play the following summer with 1 90 and averaged a triple-double: 29.2 points, 11.6 rebounds and 10.1 assists and was selected to the McDonald’s All-American Team in his senior year. Because this was selected to the McDonald’s All American Team. He received a scholarship to study at the University of Notrh Carolina where he played basketball and was appointed at the end of the season, the best rookie of the year. Jordan was a success in its first year in the NBA, averaging 28.2 points with 51.5 percent and its spectacular offensive game, Michael dazzled the audience and was elected as a starter in the All Star Game. At the end of that season, also was named top rookie of the year. His second year he spent injured until the playoffs where the Bulls were eliminated by the Celtics in the first round. Despite this, Jordan scored in the second game getting 63 points this postseason record ever made in postseason points. After this game, Larry Bird could not say anything but “I have seen God disguised as a basketball player.” In his third season, came wanting to break records and averaged 37.1 points per game average is the second player after Chamberlain on getting 3000 points in a season. In the 1987-88 season, won his first MVP award and the best defender of the year averaging 35 points, 52.5 scoring 1.6 and 3.16 steals plugs. Unfortunately his team was eliminated in the semifinals for the “Bad Boys”. In the 1990-91 MVP got his second ring in addition to their first sweep in the last quarter of the seventh game to the Pistons. He won the final two years with their respective MVPs until in 1993 he retired to devote himself to baseball. He soon realized that he was born for basketball so I pulled the bat in a corner of his room and put on the nike to return to the courts. He played until 1999 and made plays like that basket at the buzzer against the Jazz. He won numerous MVPs of the playoffs and finished with 6 in his career, as many as rings. In 2000 he returned after retiring a second time, only this time with the number 23 of the Washignton Wizards. In February 2003 became the first player to score 40 or more points with 40. In the All-Star that same year, Vince Carter gave him to “Air” his place as starter in the All Star Game, whose ceremony was dedicated to rest him. He played his last game in Philadelphia against the 76ers for Iverson. In the last few minutes the entire audience gave him a standing ovation at Jordan. He is currently co-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats.