Schooling LeBron and Kobe: All Hail Michael Jordan’s All-Time Playoff Dominance

May 4th, 2010 by Isaiah Montoya Leave a reply »
Another NBA regular season is in the books and the playoffs are in full swing.

People all over are still trying to find the next Jordan, to no avail. Ponder Kobe and LeBron, Durant and Duncan, Pierce and Nash, and then ponder these all-time Jordan records.

Then pay homage to the untouchable greatest man who ever played the game: Michael Jordan.

Players on fire keep in the zone and they may even break a record or two. Jordan played in such a way, especially in the playoffs, that he led his teams to an unbeatable 6-0 finals record.

The 2009-10 regular season saw a plethora of record-breaking opportunities in its 82-game schedule. NBA legend Jordan played in 1,072 regular season games over his career (not an all-time record).

During those games, he set a record against Miami in 1992 when he made 20 free throws in a half; he took 23—also an all-time regular season record.

Once, Jordan recorded eight steals in a half, which is tied for an all-time regular season record. Defense was obviously one of his strong suits. Jordan holds the all-time record (tie) for leading the NBA in steals three times.

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