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Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17, 1963) is a retired American professional basketball player and active businessman. His biography on the National Basketball Association (NBA) website states, "By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time."Jordan was one of the most effectively marketed athletes of his generation and was instrumental in popularizing the NBA around the world in the 1980s and 1990s.
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the first NBA Finals trophy
Perhaps the best known moment of Jordan came when he cried while holding the NBA Finals trophy in 1991. Naturally you know that it is only a very small percentage of that total. In fact Jordan showed people his great excitement and attention on this hard-won victory. Since then we hardly saw any other player who desired to win so much as Michael Jordan. (Unique Michael Jordan shoes collected by Killersneakers.com)
63 scores when against Celtic
In 1986, the Bulls led by Michael Jordan made a 131-135 record and lost in the playoff when against the Boston Celtics team that is often considered one of the greatest in NBA history. Jordan set the still-unbroken record for points in a playoff game with 63.In addition, Jordan demonstrated his defensive prowess, as he became a legend in NBA history.
Championship of NBA Finals in 1996 on father day
None of us can know what will happen in the future. Once again Jordan gained the NBA Finals trophy on father day after his father and friend passed away. Jordan reacted very emotionally upon winning the title, including a memorable scene of him sobbing on the locker room floor with the game ball.
Final Score for Game 6 in 1998
Jordan made a steal, brought the ball to the front court close to the case of foul and claimed their championship perfectly. Jordan finished his colorful basketball life in his way.
Beat the Detroit Pistons
In the 1990-91 season, Bulls finished in first place in their division for the first time in 16 years and set a franchise record with 61 wins in the regular season. They advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals where their rival, the Detroit Pistons, awaited them. However, this time when the Pistons employed their "Jordan Rules" defense of doubling and triple teaming Jordan, he picked them apart with passing. Finally, the Bulls beat the Detroit Pistons who were led by Isiah Thomas and a group of physical players known as the "Bad Boys" in a surprising sweep. In an unusual ending to the fourth and final game, Isiah Thomas led his team off the court before the final minute had concluded. Most of the Pistons went directly to their locker room instead of shaking hands with the Bulls.