Michael Jordan Achievements

Michael Jordan Achievements

Here is a long list of Michael Jordan’s Achievements. Known as the “G.O.A.T” for a reason, winning six NBA Championships with two three-peats, MVP five years in an era not like todays game.

Michael Jordan Achievements– Drafted No. 3 by the Bulls in the first round

– Six NBA championship teams (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

– NBA Finals MVP six times (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

– NBA Finals single-series record for highest PPG average 41.0 (1993)

– NBA Most Valuable Player five times (1988, 1991, 1992, 1996, 1998)

– All-NBA First Team ten times (1987-1993, 1996-1998)

– NBA 50th Anniversary All-Time team (1996)

– Highest career PPG ave. (minimum 400 games or 10,000 points) – 30.1

– Holds record for most seasons leading the league in scoring – 10

– Shares record for the most consecutive seasons leading the league in scoring – 7 (1986-1993)

– Had a streak of nine consecutive games scoring 40 points or more (Nov. 28 – Dec. 12, 1986)

– Bulls all-time leader in scoring (29,277), assists (5,012), and steals (2,306)

– 13 NBA All-Star Games (1985, 1987-1993, 1996-1998, 2002-2003)

– All time scoring leader in All-Star history (262 points)

– Fourth highest scoring average for career All-Star games (20.2 ppg)

– Named the All-Star MVP three times (1988, 1996, 1998)

– Won the All-Star Slam Dunk Contest in 1987 and 1988

– Had his #23 jersey retired at the United Center on 11/1/94

– Returned from retirement on 3/19/95 at Indiana to total 19 points
– Has posted 28 career triple-doubles

– 2 Time All-American & NCAA Player of the Year award

Achievements by Michael Jordan– Two playoff career triple-doubles, both at New York (5/9/89 and 6/2/93)

– Named the 1988 NBA Defensive Player of the Year

– Scored a career playoff-high 63 points against Boston on 5/20/86

– Eight playoff games with 50 pts. or more

– 30 regular season games with 50 pts. or more

– 173 games with 40 points or more

– Has hit 28 game-winning shots in the NBA

– Hit the game-winning shot in the 1982 NCAA championship game as a freshman

– Named NBA Rookie of the Year (1985)

– A member of the gold medal-winning 1984 and 1992 United States Olympic Basketball Teams

– Ranked 3rd in All-Time leader in points scored

– All-Star record having the only triple-double in an All-Star game (1997)

– Member of the 1997 McDonald’s Classic Championship team in Paris

– Won the 1997 McDonald’s Classic MVP award

– All-time record for most consectutive double-figure scoring games

– Holds the all-time playoff record for the most steals

– Hit the game-winning shot in the 1998 Finals to win a sixth and final championship

– Had his #23 jersey retired for the second time at the United Center on 1/13/99

– Returned from retirement on 9/25/01 to play for the Wizards

– Scored 19 points in his first debut as a Wizard on 10/30/01

– Notched his 30,000th point on 1/4/02 against the Bulls

– Only 40 year old NBA player to ever score over 40 points on 2/21/03

– Had his #23 jersey retired by the Miami Heat in honor of him on 4/11/03

– Scored 15 points in the final game of his NBA career on 4/16/03 against Philadelphia

– Finished his career with 32,292 points, 5,633 assists and 6,672 rebounds.