Coming in the league in 1984 after bringing the University of North Carolina the NCAA championship, expectations were high for the young Michael Jordan. He adapted quickly to the NBA, as he won Rookie of the Year while averaging 28 points per game. In his second season, he once scored 63 points in a game versus the great Larry Bird. At this moment, the NBA world knew that Mike was something special.
In '86-'87 the scoring drive of Michael reached new heights, as he averaged 37 points per game that season, but it was the season after that which was one of his best, as he won another scoring title, MVP and defensive player of the year, and he won the Slam Dunk Contest.
Finally, in 1991, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls won their first NBA title under coach Phil Jackson, and the Bulls immediately three-peated. After that, Michael had a break from basketball and the NBA to pursue his baseball career, but he returned to the Bulls in 1995, only to win the NBA Championship again in 1996, 1997 and 1998. In every finals that His Airness has played, he won and he was Finals MVP. Greatness.