The accomplishments of basketball legend Michael Jordan include Rookie of the Year, winning numerous NBA championships, earning the title of NBA Most Valuable Player (MVP) five times, scoring 10 titles and ultimately retiring with the highest score in NBA history. Jordan played professional basketball for the Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards. Many fans and professional basketball players consider him to be the most accomplished basketball player in history.
Michael Jordan reached his full height of 6 feet and 6 inches before entering college, which helped his performance on the court tremendously. He started playing for the Tar Heels, the college basketball team of his school, the University of North Carolina. Jordan received honors of the College Player of the Year during his sophomore and junior years. The Chicago Bulls then drafted Jordan during his senior year.
Jordan helped his team secure the Olympic gold medal in 1984, and he won his first title of Rookie of the Year that year as well. He improved and added achievements to his records in the following year, but took his performance to a new level in 1986. He scored an average of 37.1 points during the first seven seasons of the 1986 through 1987 year, and he set an NBA record for highest points earned in a series of consecutive games. Jordan retired twice from the Chicago Bulls, and then returned to play for the Washington Wizards before retiring a third and final time.