Michael Jordan Speech

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Who should the world call the best basketball player of all time ? Most people think Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all time because of the impact he made on the game, the growth he has made throughout his basketball career, and fans he has brought to the game. Michael Jordan has made a big impact on the game of basketball. For example when “ Michael Jordan lifted off from the free throw line and handily won the 1988 dunk contest.” Michael Jordan 's famous dunk happened in the 1988 dunk contest. His famous dunk is known as the Air Jordan symbol. The Jumpman symbol is used on all of his Michael Jordan shoes that were made after him. Another example of Jordan being the best basketball player is how good his layups were for example…show more content…
He has had so many people buy them that he is still constantly making sixty million dollars.To sum it up Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all time because of the impact he made on the…show more content…
The growth Jordan has made as a basketball player is remarkable and has made him to be the best basketball player of all time. “Between his six NBA championships, restaurants, stake in the Charlotte Hornets, corporate sponsorship with Nike, and endorsement deals with Gatorade, Hanes and Upper Deck, Michael Jordan’s estimated net worth is more than $1 billion.” Michael Jordan couldn’t make varsity for his highschool and when he did he was the worst player on the team. Then Jordan became so good at basketball that now he is worth one billion dollars because of people seeing how good he was at basketball. He gained a lot of sponsors and led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships. Michael Jordan 's highschools basketball career was truly , horrible, “Michael Jordan 's high school basketball career is best known for what didn 't happen. In the fall of 1978, Jordan didn 't make the varsity team as a sophomore at Laney High School in Wilmington, N.C. He played for the junior varsity instead. After growing six inches, he made the varsity team and starred for two seasons before signing with the University of North Carolina and becoming the dominant NBA player of his generation.” Michael Jordan was not that good at basketball in high school, but once he grew, his basketball career took off. He couldn 't even make the varsity team when he was a sophomore. Then he improved dramatically at basketball and made it into the NBA. By working hard and practicing, at the end of his
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