‘I’d like to have a name, but… , A reputation that is still unshakable!’ Michael Jordan (59‧198cm), who led the Chicago Bulls dynasty in the 1990s, is known as the ‘Basketball Emperor’. He was also called ‘Black Cat’ or ‘Air’ because of his tremendous athleticism and elasticity during his 1st 3rd consecutive victory, but many fans are most familiar with his appearance, such as Emperor and Absolute.

Among domestic maniacs, nicknames such as ‘shoe seller’, which is a reference to the fact that a certain brand with Jordan’s name is still popular, and ‘King of Jojo’, for not letting opponents who provoked themselves or stimulated their desire to compete, have been created. In the sense of ‘basketball is Jordan’ without needing this and that, it is sometimes organized as a common name ‘him’.

Even among NBA fans and officials who enjoy listing all-time great players and fighting for rankings, Jordan is always evaluated as an exception in comparative analysis. Just put it in 1st place and start with 2nd place. From the past Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to the current LeBron James, there have been quite a few ranking changes and disagreements from the second place, but the first place is very quiet. Except for a few opinions, there is no room for disagreement in the evaluation that he is the ‘best player’ regardless of whether he is an avid fan or an anti-fan.

Whenever there is a player who leaves a strong impact on the league or sets an all-time record, Jordan is often mentioned. Originally, it is not steadily forgotten, but it is correct to see that it is getting hotter. Meanwhile, the player most often compared to Jordan recently is ‘King’ LeBron James (38‧206cm). LeBron recently surpassed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s career high point scorer and became number 2, surpassing the all-time number 1.

Some say, ‘Lebron is at the peak of his career competing against great players like Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Tim Duncan and the late Kobe Bryant. 바카라사이트 There is also a harsh criticism that Jordan reigned in a relatively better era because there was no big name that could be called a rival, but this is wrong.

It’s not that Jordan didn’t have players who could be rivals, it’s that the rivals themselves weren’t formed because they won against all the prominent players. Rivals are created only when they exchange wins and losses or follow the player who is ahead to some extent. Unfortunately (?) Jordan did not allow that to happen. He was literally a dictator.

In the current league, where LeBron is building his achievements as the king of the 21st century, there are not a few players who are challenging past legends with overflowing talent. However, the era when Jordan fought was as fierce as it is now. Jordan made his debut at a great time. LA Lakers’ Magic Johnson and Boston Celtics’ Larry Bird formed the strongest rivalry, and in addition to that, Detroit Pistons Bad Boys grew as a challenger when they were gaining notoriety.

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