Michael Jordan

February 1, 2011

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Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan was the dominant basketball player in the world during the 1990s. He won the NBA’s Most Valuable Player award five times, and six times led the Chicago Bulls to the league championship. Jordan led the Bulls to his first three championships came in 1991, 1992 and 1993 with superb shooting and playmaking and a competitive killer instinct.

In October of 1993 he stunned his fans by retiring from basketball and beginning a professional baseball career, saying that playing baseball had been an early dream of his. He played the 1994 baseball session for the minor league Birmingham Barons. In March of 1995 he ended his baseball career and returned to the Bulls.

With Jordan, the Bulls won three more championships in 1996, 1997 and 1998. He retired from basketball again in 1999. In the year 2000 he became a part owner and executive for the NBA’s Washington Wizards. In 2001 Jordan began considering snother comback as an NBA player, and that fall, at age 38, he returned once again to play for the Wizards. He played for two more full seasons, retiring once more in April of 2003.

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