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Better then MJ and Bird

Duality

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if anyone even for a second thinks that any player that has ever walked this earth is even in the same stratosphere as jordan, you need to watch his clips and review his career stats. even after his silly decision to return for 2 years with the wizards his stats still pawn all. on top of the 6 rings and 6 finals MVP's to go along with i beleive 5 MVP's and 10 scoring titles (completely insane) plus the highest scoring average of all time playoffs and regular season. and not to mention while he did all this, he did it in awe inspiring fashion. without question one of the most gifted athletes to ever grace this earth and unquestionably the greatest basketball player of all time.
 

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one word...or one number..

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no one was or ever will be as good as his airness..
 

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here are some stat info about him in the nba

* NBA All-Rookie Team
* All-NBA First Team (1976, 1978)
* All-NBA Second Team (1973, 1978)
* Five-time NBA All-Star (1973, 1974, 1977, 1978, 1979)
* Scored 15,948 points (24.2 ppg) in 658 games
* Top 16 scoring average NBA history (24.2)
* Led the NBA in scoring (31.1 ppg) in 1977, his career best
* Scored a career-high 68 points against the New York Knicks on Feb. 25, 1977
* Shares NBA single-game record for most free throws made in one quarter (14) on Nov. 28, 1973 against Buffalo
* Shares NBA single-game record for most free throws attempted in one quarter (16) on Jan. 2, 1973 against Chicago
* #7 jersey retired by the Utah Jazz (1985)
* #7 jersey retired by the Superdome (1988)
* NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time Team (1996)
* #7 jersey retired by the New Orleans Hornets (2002)
 

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i would also like to add The 3-point line was instituted in his final NBA season from which he would shoot 66.7 percent on 10-15 shooting. i think was seperate jordan,bird from pete is the mentality, also he only played 10 seasons and he was the magic of his time b4 magic played in the nba. i´ll give jordan that he´s overall better but pete is just so much more than that he could score with ease but he could also pass like no one else
career stats:
G FG% 3PFG% FT% Rebs RPG Asts APG Stls Blks
658 .441 .667 .820 2,747 4.2 3,563 5.4 587 108
Pts PPG
15,948 24.2

some quotes from nba players:

"(Oscar) Robertson was the best guard I ever played against. Jerry West was the best I ever played with. And Pete is the best I've ever seen." -- Elgin Baylor

"He was the greatest ball handler I've ever seen in my life. He could do things with the basketball that were unbelievable." -- Rick Barry

"A lot of guys break the laws of gravity. Pete breaks the laws of physics." -- Red Auerbach

"Pete was 'The Man.' I'd just sit there and shake my head and say to myself: 'How'd he do that?' " -- Magic Johnson

"Pete was the original. He was the best ball handler I ever saw. Ever." -- Pat Riley

"Oh my. He did things with the basketball that players - still today - can't do. If Maravich was playing today, he'd be a god." -- Isiah Thomas
 

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Max, you can't even argue he was even close to being better than MJ/Bird, that's just laughable.

MJ gets my vote as the best of all time, but Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain are easily up there.
 

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Max, you can't even argue he was even close to being better than MJ/Bird, that's just laughable.

MJ gets my vote as the best of all time, but Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain are easily up there.

yea i meant to throw up a wilt pic in here, but forgot :hide:
 

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this is retarded. i could post all of jordan's accomplishments and it would dwarf anyone who has ever stepped on an NBA court. educate yourself as to the superiority that was micheal jordan max, seriously.
 

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uh.hmm my comment
i dont play BB that much or anything
but do know for a fact
MJ is king. nuff said...
 

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Michael Jordan's Honors:

Honors: Six-time NBA champion (1991-93, 1996-98)
MVP (1988, '91, '92, '96, '98)
10-time All-NBA First Team (1987-93, 1996-98)
All-NBA Second Team (1985)
Defensive Player of the Year (1988)
Nine-time All-Defensive First Team (1988-93, 1996-98)
Rookie of the Year (1985)
14-time All-Star
All-Star MVP (1988, '96, '98)
One of 50 Greatest Players in NBA History ('96)
Olympic gold medalist (1984, '92).

His career stats:
MIN - 41,011
FGM - 12,192
FGA - 24,537
3PM - 581
3PA - 1,778
FTM - 7,327
FTA - 8,772
REB - 6,672
AST - 5,633
STL - 2,514
BLK - 893
PTS - 32,292

game over
 
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