Basketball player Michael Jordan won a total of six championships during his long and distinguished career. The first championship that Jordan won was at age 27 when playing for the Chicago Bulls. Jordan joined the Chicago Bulls in 1984 after a successful college career playing with the Tar Heels, which is the team representing the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
From the time of his initiation into the Tar Heels until his retirement, Michael Jordan played a total of 15 seasons in the National Basketball Association. He played professionally for the Chicago Bulls and later for the Washington Wizards. Jordan showed great promise early on as an undergraduate student at the University of North Carolina and quickly capitalized on his growing success with each successive victory. After helping to land his inaugural championship victory with the Bulls in 1991, Jordan helped his team win two more NBA championships in 1992 and 1993. Despite showing great talent as a basketball star, Jordan suddenly and briefly terminated his basketball career to pursue a career in baseball but returned to the NBA in 1995. He rejoined the Bulls, and led them to NBA victories in 1996, 1997 and 1998.