Michael Jordan is the most dominating athlete in professional sports for the last century. No other professional athlete has dominated their sport in the fashion that Jordan did over the years. During his run with the Chicago Bulls, Michael Jordan won six NBA World Championships.
He contributed to the Bulls winning three world titles during the years of 1991 through 1993 and came out of a brief retirement to lead the team to another three-peat from 1996 through 1998.
If Jordan had not left the game during the 1994 and 1995 seasons, the Bulls could have become the first professional sports franchise to win eight straight world titles; the guy was that dominant. Only athletes such as of the likes of Joe Montana and Tom Brady of the National Football League could rival Jordan’s greatness.
MJ’s many accolades include six world titles, five-time Most Valuable Player Award winner, ten All-NBA First Team designations, ten scoring titles, and fourteen All-Star Game appearances. The early to late 90s belong to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
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