Michael Jordan – From Bulls 23 to USA 9
Michael Jordan well known as Mr. MJ is an all-time favourite American national basketball player. Jordan was the real iron man of his time. Ever since he was young, he was a star in the eyes of all basketball lovers in America
Michael Jordan has always loved sports since he was young when he was in high school.
As a sophomore, he tried out for the varsity team but was rejected because he was too short and inexperienced however he didn’t give up the next summer he grew a few inches and practised non-stop. Thanks to his hard work he got better and better and as a senior, he was selected in the McDonald’s all-American team. His career continued to develop and he made it to the NBA in 1984. He had ups and downs, retirements and comebacks during his career but he’s still considered to be the best basketball player of all time.
Jordan played 15 seasons in American National Basketball Association (NBA). He managed to win six championships during his time in the Chicago Bulls. He is also the principal owner of Charlotte Hornets.
Michael Jordan was a part of NBA in following tenures:
- Early NBA years (1984–1987)
- Pistons roadblock (1987–1990)
- First three-peat (1991–1993)
- Second three-peat (1995–1998)
- Washington Wizards comeback (2001–2003)
In his National Team career, he had been playing in two American Basketball teams winning Olympic gold medal. He was in the starting squad in all the eight games of his Olympics carrier.
“I’ve missed more than 9,000 shots in my career I’ve lost almost 300 games 26 times I’ve been trusted to take the game-winning shot and missed I felt over and over and over again in my life and that’s why I succeed I can accept failure everyone fails with something but I can’t accept not trying.”