Michael Jordan is a legend who will always be known for all his achievements. He is a legend in every NBA fans eyes. We have some of the best of Air Jordan over his years played in the NBA.

It was really hard to eliminate all the plays down to 50. He had so many great plays and was clutch in almost every situation he found himself in. Some think Scottie Pippen had a lot to do with his legend. That is still up in the air but we hope you enjoy the video.

Do you agree that Michael Jordan is the GOAT? Share your comments below.

Photo: Pinterest

Source: Youtube

25 Responses

  1. Fukumasa Masuda

    MJ is the greatest player in NBA history. Lebron is nowhere near MJ’s level
    and will never get close to his Airness. The biggest difference is that MJ
    is a clutch player down the stretch of close games. There’s a reason why
    Marv Albert says, “It’s Michael Jordan time.” He never let Chicago lose in
    the NBA Finals and didn’t leave Chicago to look for all-star players. He
    developed Scottie Pippen into an all-star and made his teammates better
    players. Lebron needed Wade and Bosh to win in Miami. And if it were not
    for a lucky bounce, rebound by Bosh and corner 3 pointer by Ray Allen,
    Lebron would not have won his most recent championship. 

    Reply
  2. Leonard McDaniel

    After Kobe, an amazing player, broke his record I had to revisit this to
    remind myself: MJ is The Greatest.

    Reply
  3. Quinn Douglas

    I would have rated his shot that won the national championship way higher,
    that’s what every kid dreams of in college basketball.

    Reply
  4. Divine StyL

    Michael Jordan is the GREATEST player of all time and one of the greatest
    athletes in sports history, anyone who thinks that there is someone better
    than MJ clearly does not know anything about basketball, Kobe isn’t better
    than Jordan. 6 rings is better than 5 rings not to mention Kobe lost twice
    in the finals. Plus Kobe has the record for most missed shots in NBA.
    LeBron could miss his next 1,500 shots and still have a better field goal
    percentage than Kobe. Call me crazy but I’d go as far as to say that LeBron
    in his prime is better than Kobe in his prime, disagree with me check the
    numbers

    Reply
  5. Joseph Scott

    James Worthy has said that Larry Bird was more difficult for him to guard
    than Jordan was.
    Michael Cooper has said that Larry Bird was more difficult for him to guard
    than Jordan was.
    Kevin McHale, when the topic of Jordan being scary came up, looked
    surprised and said, “I wasn’t scared of him.”
    Kareem has said that Oscar Robertson was a better player than Jordan.
    Kobe Bryant has said that Tracy McGrady was more difficult for him to guard
    than Jordan was.
    Grant Hill has said that the most difficult person for him to guard was
    Kobe.
    Clyde Drexler has said that Rolando Blackman was more difficult for him to
    guard than Jordan was.
    Gary Payton has said that John Stockton was more difficult for him to guard
    than Jordan was.

    Obviously Jordan was one of the greats, but it’s interesting to see these
    players give their (afaik) honest perspectives.

    Reply
  6. thisismy name

    12:00 — this is why pro basketball sucks. HOW is that not a traveling?!?!

    Reply
  7. Ruben Morales

    Dang I miss watching him play, and for those of you who fail to recognize
    all these kids who were growing up watching MJ wanted to be him. Watching
    him was like watching artestry in motion the things he did weren’t ever
    done before, not with the grace he did them with His airness can be copied
    but never duplicated. 

    Reply
  8. Kevin

    I’ve shared this on another Jordan video, but I’ll share it here too. The
    first Jordans came out in 1985. There were two versions, i.e.
    red/white/black, and red/black. He usually wore the former at home with
    the white uniform, and the latter on the road with the red. Anyhoos, my
    friend bought the red/black, and I bought the red/white/black, then we
    swapped one with each other, so we were sportin’ mismatch Jordans. Now if
    you wear Jordans today, everyone knows they’re Jordans. But in 85 he was
    still only really known to basketball fans, because the nba wasn’t nearly
    as popular as it is now. So most people thought they were funny lookin’
    clown shoes. Matter fact, I can still remember in 11th grade, hearing
    Andrea Hinzo at a distance tell her friends, “Look at Kevin’s shoes,” as
    they all laughed. But I didn’t mind, me, cause I knew they was “fresh.”

    Reply
  9. Strange Tamer

    Michael Jordan is the biggest asshole this league has ever witnessed.
    Unlike Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen didn’t need a sidekick to lead the
    Bulls PAST the first round in the playoffs. If Jordan didn’t punch Bill
    Russell in the knee before taking “the shot,” the Jazz would have won the
    NBA Finals.

    Derrick Rose will soon surpass Jordan.

    Reply
  10. Aaron Coal

    He’s the one cocky athlete that probably has a right to be cocky. He was
    really just that good.

    Reply
  11. nitotech

    MJ was just ahead of his time. He was faster and jumped higher than anyone
    else.

    Reply
  12. Chevytrucx

    When it comes to skill Kobe or lebron might be better but it’s all about
    the show. Back then when Michael jordan was playing i think basketball was
    all about the show. I’m pretty sure that’s what made basketball fun for
    some of us.

    Reply
  13. massdagod

    6-0 in the NBA finals.

    Never losing a series when having Home Court Advantage. (meaning he Never
    lost a series when expected to win) (No other All time Great can say that;
    not Russell, Not Shaq, Not Bird, Magic, Jabbar, Wilt, Oscar. No one.)

    Now look at this:

    https://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/472x345q90/849/2zi7.png
    (Prime Jordan and the help he had compared to the rest. This screen shot
    was taken weeks after Jordan won is 3rd ring.)

    Now read this:

    Jordan holds the Highest career PER average in NBA regular season, post
    season and NBA Finals history.

    Jordan holds the Highest career Efficiency rating average in NBA regular
    season, post season and NBA Finals history.

    Jordan holds the Highest career Gamescore average in NBA regular season,
    post season and NBA Finals history.

    Jordan holds the Highest career Winshares average in NBA regular season,
    post season and NBA Finals history.

    Jordan holds the Highest MVP shares average in NBA regular season, post
    season and NBA Finals history.

    Jordan is the only player to lead the league in Scoring and Win Defensive
    player of the Year a season.

    Jordan is the only player to Win a championship, scoring title and steals
    title in the same season.

    Jordan is one of 3 players in NBA History to win a NBA scoring championship
    and NBA Championship in 1 season. George Mikan and Lew Alcindor did it once
    Each. Jordan did it six times. All six times also leading the playoffs in
    scoring. Mikan did that once and Alcindor didn’t do it at all.

    Playoff Records:

    Most points
    5,987 by Michael Jordan

    Highest points per game average (min. 25 games)
    33.5 by Michael Jordan (179 games)

    Most 50-point games
    8 by Michael Jordan

    Most 40-point games
    38 by Michael Jordan

    Most 30-point games
    109 by Michael Jordan

    Only player to score 15+ points in every game (min. 25 games)
    Michael Jordan (179 games)

    Only player to record consecutive 50-point games
    Michael Jordan scored 50 and 55 points in Games 1 and 2 of the 1988 Eastern
    Conference First Round (Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers).

    Most consecutive 45-point games
    3 by Michael Jordan (May 9-13, 1990)

    Most consecutive 20-point games
    60 by Michael Jordan (June 2, 1989-May 11, 1993)

    Most consecutive 15-point games
    179 by Michael Jordan. This streak entails every playoff game in Jordan’s
    career.

    Most consecutive 10-point games
    179 by Michael Jordan. This streak entails every playoff game in Jordan’s
    career.

    Overall Records:

    Jordan holds the Highest career PPG average in Regular season history.

    Jordan holds the Highest career PPG average in Post season history.
    (compared to Wilt Chamberlain who is 29th in PPG in Post season history at
    22ppg)

    Jordan holds the Highest career PPG average in NBA Finals history.

    Statically speaking, Jordan has the Highest and most impressive Career
    Statistical Average in regular season, post season and Finals NBA history.

    This is why I believe its “trolling” if someone says someone other than
    Jordan is the Greatest Player of All Time.

    Reply
  14. Impulsive Wandering

    dont care if kobe has more career points, jordan played less seasons and
    these plays are so incredible. hes #1 for sure.

    Reply

Join the Conversation