Michael Jordan's career field goal percent is 0.497, but his most impressive season was in 1990-1991 playing for the Chicago Bulls when he averaged 0.539 percent field goals made. His career average of minutes per game is 38.3 minutes. During his 15-year career in the NBA from 1984 through 2003, Michael Jordan was one of the most impressive basketball players of all time.
Michael Jordan saw his best playing years with the Chicago Bulls, the first NBA team he played for, averaging 6.2 defensive rebounds a game in the 1988-1989 season.
Out of the 24,537 field goals Jordan attempted, he made 12,192 of them. Jordan also played 41,011 minutes of game time during his career.
Michael Jordan signed with the Washington Wizards in 2001, staying with that team for two years before his retirement from basketball in 2003. The six-time NBA champion is also a recipient of two Olympic gold medals from the games in 1984 and 1992, for representing the United States in basketball. He was on the All-Star team 14 times, he was the all-star game's Most Valuable Player a total of three times, in 1988, 1996 and 1998, and he was the Defensive Player of the Year in 1988.