WATCH: Jordan destroys entire Nets defense with dazzling move


Early in his career, Michael Jordan was a one-man army, that would go on a basketball court, and simply destroy the entire defense if he wanted to. Demonstrating amazing talent, skill and flexibility, Jordan quickly showed the fans what they should expect.

What would follow in the 1990’s is six NBA championships.

In this clip below, Jordan goes right through the entire New Jersey Nets defense, and skillfully rolls the ball in, escaping Chris Dudley and Derrick Coleman. That’s what you can do with big hands and good ball control. Watch it below:


A six-time NBA champion, Jordan earned fame and fortune on the basketball court, as well as through endorsements and movies. The Hall of Fame player won the NBA Most Valuable Player award five times and was named an all-star 14 times.

His on-court success and commercial endorsements have made him one of the most recognizable and prosperous athletes in the United States. Jordan played in total 1072 NBA games (1039 started), averaging 30.1 ppg, 6.2 rpg in 38.3 minutes per contest.


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