Using his unbelievable talent, skills and unmatched will to win, Michael Jordan has given enough of lessons to the NY Knicks that both the players of his day and fans will remember for a long time.
In 2003, when 40-year old Jordan was on his last legs playing for the Washington Wizards, he gave the Knicks one last “lesson”, scoring 39 points in Madison Square Garden.
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Jordan’s legacy continues to stand the test of time. He played in total 1072 NBA games (1039 started), averaging 30.1 ppg, 6.2 rpg in 38.3 minutes per contest. He was a 14-time NBA All-Star, and a 6-time the NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls.
Jordan led the NBA in scoring in 10 seasons and tied Wilt Chamberlain’s record of seven consecutive scoring titles. He was also a fixture on the NBA All-Defensive First Team, making the roster nine times. Many of Jordan’s contemporaries label Jordan as the greatest basketball player of all time.Follow @exnbadotcom
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