🏀A Star basketball player – Michael Jeffrey Jordan. U.S.A 🏀🏆





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A Star basketball player – Michael Jeffrey Jordan led the National Basketball Association NBA in scoring in 10 seasons and was NBA record and tied record of seven consecutive scoring titles and he was also a fixture of the NBA all defensive first team making the roster nine times and also holds the top career regular season and playoff scoring averages of 30.1 and 33.4 points per game, respectively. By 1998, the season of his Finals-winning shot against the Jazz, Michael Jordan was well known throughout the league as a clutch performer. In the regular season, Michael Jordan was the Bulls’ primary threat in the final seconds of a close game and in the playoffs; he would always ask for the ball at crunch time. Jordan’s total of 5,987 points in the playoffs is the second highest in NBA history. He retired with 32,292 points in regular season play, placing him fifth on the NBA and motivated to prove his worth. Michael Jordan had a versatile offensive game and he was capable of aggressively driving to the basket, as well as drawing fouls from his opponents at a high rate and his 8,772 free throw attempts are the 11th-highest total in NBA history.

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Michael Jeffrey Jordan became the star of Laney’s Junior Varsity team and tallied several 40-point games. The following summer, he grew four inches (10 cm) and trained rigorously. Upon earning a spot on the varsity roster, Jordan averaged more than 25 ppg over his final two seasons of high school play. Michael Jordan did much to increase the status of the game and Television ratings increased only during his time in the league. As a senior, he was selected to play in the 1981 McDonald’s All American Game and scored 30 points, after averaging 27 points, 12 rebounds and 6 assists per game for the season. Michael Jordan was recruited by numerous college basketball programs, including Duke , North Carolina, South Carolina , Syracuse , Virginia. In 1981, he accepted a basketball scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, [ majored in Cultural Geography ] he shone in the spotlight of the NCAA championship game against Georgetown and another great freshman, Patrick Ewing, whom Michael Jordan would foil future NBA championships for as well. Michael Jordan scored 16 points, grabbed nine rebounds and made the winning basket on a 16-foot jumper with 18 seconds in the game for the 63-62 victory.




In 1984 Olympics Michael Jeffrey Jordan coming off a gold medal performance and prospered in the pro-game with a fabulous first season earning the NBA Rookie of the Year Award and averaged 28.2 ppg third behind Bernard King and Bird 6.5 rpg and 5.9 apg and also was selected to the All NAB Second Team but perhaps more important the Bulls improved to win 11 more games than in the season prior to his arrival and made it to the playoffs, Michael Jordan made his debut for the USA National team at the 1983 Pan American Game in Caracas, Venezurla and he led the team in scoring with 17.3 ppg as the U.S coached by Jack Hartman won the Gold Medal in the Competition. In 1992 he s member of the Star studded squad that was dubbed the Dream Team which included Larry Bird and Magic Johnson the team went on to win two gold medals the first one in the 1992 Tournament of the Americas. Michael Jordan was the only player to start all eight games in the Olympics and averaged 14.9 ppg, finishing second on the team in scoring and Team USA never lost a single game in the four tournaments in which Michael Jordan played.

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Michael Jordan received word of his acceptance into the Hall of Fame, he selected Class of 1996 member  David Thompson to present him. In 2016, More Respected Person the United State of America President Barack Obama honored  Michael Jeffrey Jordan with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. After his third retirement, Jordan assumed that he would be able to return to his front office position as Director of Basketball Operations. Michael Jordan’s personal style was equally authentic and unique as his basketball skills. He left as a player to return to an ownership and executive role with the belief that with the cluster of young stars, the NBA was in fine shape. Above all the Michael Jeffrey Jordan recognized his place in the game.


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12 thoughts on “🏀A Star basketball player – Michael Jeffrey Jordan. U.S.A 🏀🏆

    1. Aww…. Yeah that’s good
      Yes you can…. Thank you for sharing this interesting article to your grandson and also my friend.Thank you.😊

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