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Michael Jordan Awards and achievements
Michael Jordan is the best basketball player in the world. Michael Jordan is a leading scorer in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is a major part of the NBA's history. In the 1982 a basketball scholarship was accepted by Jordan from the University of North Carolina. As a freshman scored the winning basket NCAA championship game against the Hoyas of Georgetown.
In 1985, he was selected for rookie of the year award. In 1991 Michael Jordan won his first of six NBA championships. The next year he won a gold medal at the Barcelona Olympic in Los Angeles.
On Father's day Jordan won his fourth championship and fourth NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Award in 1996. Which was a great tribute to his own father. In 1997 Michael Jordan won another back-to-back championship. Finally, to end his NBA career, he won a sixth NBA championship on a last second shot against the Utah Jazz in 1998.
He played guard for the Chicago Bulls for 13 seasons. During that time, he won many awards. Besides the six NBA championships and the Olympic Gold Medal, he also won two slam-dunk championships, 11 scoring championships and fourteen various Most Valuable Player awards.
Michael's talent has taken his places. Following is a summary of his awards and achievements as an athelets.