Jeffrey Jordan Accomplishments

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Basketball is and will always be a favorite sport for people of all ages. Not only to play, but also to watch and root for your favorite team. The 90’s era is one of the best in history; therefore, its most memorable. Players such as Stockton, Pippen, Isaiah, Magic and Barkley, also contributed to the game, yet none can compare to MJ. Born on February 17, 1963, Michael Jeffrey Jordan is arguably the greatest to bless the sport and culture. Everyone witnessed his potential early on in college as a North Carolina Tar Heel. Entering the University at Chapel Hill in 1981 the freshman, made the game winner against Georgetown for the national championship. His trail of accomplishments continues when named College Player of the Year in his sophomore and junior year. Back to back accomplishments only carried over into his NBA career. His 1984 debut season he led the league in scoring and was named Rookie of the Year; after missing the season with a broken foot. Even worked while he was injury shows how much further he was determined to be than others. His attitude remained positive where most would take on a negative thought about the situation. Then, he returned to lead in scoring for seven consecutive seasons, averaging nearly 33 points a night. Arguably the best all-around player on both sides of the court. Won the MVP five times (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, and 1998) and Defensive Player of the Year (1988). Doing all this in fashion as he stuck his tongue out, as he embarrassed you in front of millions of on-lookers. Winning two gold medals, after taking his…show more content…
Arizona, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Virginia are locked in contracts with the highest occupancy guarantee requirements, with all quotas requiring between 95% and 100% occupancy. This leaves the following questions. Is his legacy as a basketball player worth the aftermath that’s its brought to society? Will his line of shoes ever lose its popularity? It’s up to you to decide, because only the future can be
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