MJ the Great

Alex Wolff

A Hero Of The World

This book is about the greatest baller of all time, Michael Jeffrey Jordan. Jordan was number 23 on the Chicago Bulls. Jordan is the greatest player on earth, and still is. Jordan played in the NBA from 1984, until 2003. He was listed at 6ft. 6in. and weighed 216. Michael played shooting guard (SG). He was drafted out of North Carolina in 1984, 1st round, 3rd pick by the Bulls. He has further retired with 7 championship rings! He is the best because he scored 63 points in a playoff game. He has also made 1,463 free throws in the playoffs.


By acclamation (loud shout or other demonstration of welcome, goodwill, or approval), Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time, although a summary of his basketball career and influence on the game inevitably (not able to be avoided) fails to do justice to the man. A phenomenal (highly extraordinary or prodigious) athlete with a unique combination of fundamental soundness, grace, speed, power, determination, improvisational (act of improvising) ability and an unquenchable (to satisfy or slake) competitive desire, Jordan single-handedly redefined the NBA superstar.


Michael, after retiring at the end of 2003, now is the owner of the Bobcats, a NBA team out of Charlotte. However he wasn't an owner until 2006.
Michael Jordan Free Throw Line Dunk
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