Michael Jordan

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  • High School

    High School
    Jordan attended Emsley A. Laney High School. As a senior he averaged a triple double (26 Points, 11 Rebounds, and 10 Assists).
  • Jordan Signs with North Carolina

    Jordan Signs with North Carolina
    Jordan earned a scholarship to North Carolina after being named an All American and winning severah HS Player of the Year Awards.
  • National Championship

    National Championship
    As a freshman Jordan hit the game winning shot against Georgetown University to secure the National Title.
  • Naismith Award

    Naismith Award
    After getting to two National Chapionships (and winning one) Jordan wins the Naismith Player of the Year award, averaging 17.7 points a game.
  • NBA Draft

    NBA Draft
    Jordan is drafted with the 3rd overall pick by the Chicago Bulls. He entered the draft as a junior.
  • Rookie Debut

    Rookie Debut
    Jordan scores 16 points in his first ever NBA game, wearing number 23 on his back. He goes on the win the 1985 Rookie of the Year award
  • Air Jordan 1

    Air Jordan 1
    Jordan premiers the red and black AJ1 in a game against the Philadelphia 76ers. He was fined for uniform violation by the League.
  • NBA All Star Weekend

    NBA All Star Weekend
    Jordan wins his first dunk contest in a heated battle versus Dominique Wilkins.
  • MVP

    MVP
    Jordan wins the league MVP award after becoming the first player since Wilt Chamberlain to score 3,000 points in a season.
  • NBA Champion

    NBA Champion
    Jordan wins the first of his six title rings in 1991, as the Bulls defeated the Lakers in 5 games.
  • Jordan Returns

    Jordan Returns
    After playing in the MLB for a short stint, Jordan returns to win three more titles with the Chicago Bulls. The most notible game was his clutch 40 point performance against the Utah Jazz, and the game winner for the 6th title.
  • Hall of Fame

    Hall of Fame
    Michael Jordan was inducted to the Hall of Fame in the 09 class. He delivered a powerful and contraversial speech, saying he felt it was the end of his basketball life.