Michael Jordan Forgot He Didn’t Do It Alone Either

July 19th, 2010 by Money Long Leave a reply »
So the great Michael Jordan has stated his opinion on the Miami Thrice, and in Jordan's own words, "There's no way, with hindsight, I would've ever called up Larry, called up Magic and said, 'Hey, look, let's get together and play on one team.'"

While that may be 100 percent true, I still have a few problems with that statement. We live in an age where history is blown out of proportion, or thought in the vain of Dicky V hyperbole.

While MJ may very well be the greatest player of all time, he did not win six championships by himself, regardless of what the media wants you to think. Jordan was blessed with a teammate and a Hall of Fame player in Scottie Pippen. In both of MJ's three-peats, Jordan had a big three of his own.

In the first go round it was Jordan, Pippen, and Horace Grant; in the second round it was Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, and if you want to go on further, Toni Kukoc. It would also be unfair to leave out possibly the greatest coach in NBA history, Phil Jackson, and his contributions to the development of Michael Jordan.

I find that I have to remind Jordan and the media that the Bulls went 55-27 without him in 1993-94, ...

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