Michael Jordan： Ten Seasons At The Top
Few athletes have ever dominated their sport as completely as basketball's Michael Jordan， a tenacious defender and outrageous scorer whose gravity-defying dunks earned him the nickname “Air” Jordan. Drafted out of North Carolina to join the Chicago Bulls in 1984， Jordan began one of the most successful runs in sports history. In his 13 seasons with the Bulls， Jordan led the league in scoring a record ten times——including seven seasons in a row. He was the NBA's Most Valuable Player five times， set the NBA record for most consecutive games scoring in double digits （842）， was a member of six championship teams and ended his career with a regular-season scoring average of 30.12 points per game——the highest in NBA history.