Michael Jordan: Basketball legend turns 60
The basketball star still holds several NBA basketball records
This Friday (17), Bulls idol, Michael Jordan, turns 60. Eternal number 23 of the Chicago franchise, the star had a spectacular career on the court. And nearly 20 years after his retirement, the Charlotte Hornets owner is still the holder of numerous NBA records.
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And when did Jordan win the GOAT title? We go back in time to honor the new sexagenarian and answer how a skinny boy turned into a legend.
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For those who don’t know GOAT is the acronym in the sports world for what means “Greatest Of All Time”, how Jordan is considered, he is one of the greatest athletes in history.
The shooting guard is the player who has accumulated the most titles in his career and has the highest scoring average in NBA history. Michael is the player who has accumulated the most trophies throughout his basketball career. In his 15 seasons in the NBA, the superstar won a total of 22 titles: six NBA championships, six Finals MVPs, five regular season MVPs, three All-Star Game MVPs, an NBA Defensive Player Award and the Rookie of the Year. This is how the birthday boy of the day became a “GOAT”.
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