Michael Jeffrey Jordan was born in New York and grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina
Michael was a high school athlete and stood out on baseball, basketball and football. But his favorite sport was baseball. Against the endless games of basketball, Larry's brother turned against Michael's competitiveness and his love of basketball.
In high school, Michael joined the JV basketball team at Laney High School. In Michael's second year of age, the college team needed additional players for an upcoming tournament and had a try. Michael tried it, but did not choose it in the absence of its size. Michael experienced this experience very much and swore that he would never let it go again. Next year Michael grew to 6 inches and began to rule against his opponents. Michael caught Roy Williams, then assistants of the Dean Smith coach in North Carolina and invited Michaelet to a camp to promise high school students. Smith's coach immediately received Jordan and was recruited to North Carolina. Michael continued his first year and hit the 1982 NCAA championship prize. It was the turning point of your career.
After North Carolina, Michael Jordan played 15 seasons in the NBA, 13 years for Chicago Bulls from 1984 to 1998, and 2 seasons for the Washington Wizards between 2001 and 2003. In these 15 years Michael Jordan has achieved these achievements
The Year Rookie (1985)
6 NBA Championships (1991-1993, 1996-1998)
5 regular season MVP (1988, 1991-1992, 1998)
1 NBA defensive player in the year (1988)
6 NBA Final MVP (1991-1993, 1996-1998)
Average Career Score 30.1 (# 1 every time)
10 NBA Scoring Titles (1987-1993, 1996-1998)
866 consecutive 10 or more points (more than 10 straight)
172 games 40 or more points
39 games 50 or more points
14 all-star games
3 all-star game MVP
2 Slam dunk tournament tournament
# 1 for the top 50 players in NBA history. ] Let's just imagine if you do not take the years to play baseball … Incredible.