Michael Jordan owns six NBA championship rings with the Chicago Bulls. He peed twice as a result of this (1991-93, 1996-98). He appeared in six NBA Finals and won all six in overwhelming fashion, never missing a game. The series went 5 games in 1991, 4 in 1992, 3 in 1993, 7 in 1994, and 3 in 1995.
After his third season with the Bulls, when he was named MVP, Jordan signed as a free agent with the Wizards. He finished his career with Washington before moving on to play for the Dream Team at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
In just six seasons in the NBA, Michael Jordan has an incredible record of 636-192 (.763 winning percentage). That's not even counting the Dream Team who won every single game they played during the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain. The average winning percentage of all the teams that have played in the NBA Finals is about.556 so Michael Jordan is considered one of the greatest players in NBA history.
Here are the other five members of the "Fab Five" along with their respective records: Ron Harper - 212-158 Darrell Armstrong - 79-73 Dennis Rodman - 75-77 Kevin Durant - 54-101
Rodman was the only member of the Fab Five to not start out of the NBA's top 10 in scoring.
Six competitions He played in the NBA for 15 years, earning six championships with the Chicago Bulls. "By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time," according to his biography on the official NBA website. "His incredible talent and competitive spirit remained unmatched throughout his career."
During his time with the Bulls, Jordan made at least one appearance in every single game he played in and is considered by many to be one of if not the best basketball player of all time. His ability to dominate games both offensively and defensively has never been replicated and it's unlikely that anyone will ever come close to matching his statistics either. In 697 games over 15 seasons, the Chicago native averaged 28.4 points, 7.6 rebounds and 6.0 assists per game.
He left baseball after one season to concentrate on playing basketball, but returned to baseball after three years to finish out his career. In that time, he won another championship with the Bulls in 1992. Overall, he played in 20 seasons in the NBA, finishing with a record of 614-147 (.756 winning percentage).
After ending his career as a member of the University of North Carolina Tar Heels, he was drafted first overall by the Chicago Bulls in 1989 and went on to become one of the most successful players in NBA history.
Michael Jordan is a retired American basketball player who led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles and five MVP awards. Jordan's 611 career victories are the most of any player in NBA history.
He was born on January 16th, 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The son of David "Dave" Scott and Deloris Jordan, he has two siblings: another brother named Dennis and a sister named LaToya.
Jordan started his professional basketball career with the Chicago Bulls in 1989 after leaving North Carolina where he had been voted college basketball's top player four years in a row. He stayed with the Bulls until 1996 when he was traded to the Washington Wizards. After one season there, he returned home to Chicago where he played three more seasons before retiring in 1999 at the age of 29.
During his seven-year stay with the Bulls, they went from being a also-ran to NBA champions. In addition to winning six championships, he also earned five MVP awards (three consecutively).
After retirement, Jordan became an ambassador for basketball who worked to improve the sport by promoting it among young people.
He is also involved in business ventures such as sports entertainment events, music albums, and video games.
Jordan won six championships with the Bulls in 13 seasons, but he also failed to reach the Finals seven times. His absence from the postseason is a strong reason why the Chicago franchise has never been able to win more than one title in a year.
Michael Jordan missed the 1993-94 season because of injury and the 1994-95 season because of free agency. If you include those years in this calculation, then his overall record is 416-270 (96.4 percent). He does not have a losing record.
The only other player who has as much success in the Playoffs as Michael Jordan is Larry Bird (5th all time). Bird was on the Celtics when they made the NBA Finals every year from 1976 through 1990, winning three titles during that period.
Bird played in 99 games over eight seasons, missing the playoffs four times. If you include those years in this calculation, then his overall record is 266-166 (90.8 percent).