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Michael JordanMichael Jordan

Michael Jordan revolutionized the sport of basketball. In a time of power and strength, Jordan was doing things nobody could even dream of doing because of his incredible athleticism, skill and remarkable worth ethic. Jordan transcended the sport and became arguably the best in history (though to most there is no argument) because of his pure desire to be great. Nobody out-worked Jordan and over his 15-year career he was a 14-time All-Star, 11-time All-NBA player and nine-time All-Defensive Team Player. He was a five-time league MVP and 1988 Defensive Player of the Year. Jordan led the league in scoring 10 times, totaling 32,392 points (30.1 ppg), 6,672 rebounds (6.2 rpg), 5,633 assists (5.3 apg) and he shot 49.7-percent from the floor and 32.7-percent from three. But more than the stats, Jordan was a winner. He led the Bulls to three-straight NBA titles three different times. Between his two title runs he briefly retired to play minor league baseball, but returned and proved he was still the best there was.

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