Michael Jordan was selected by the Chicago Bulls in the third place in the first round of the 1984 NBA draft. He worked for the Chicago Bulls and the Washington Wizards in his career. He was elected the best rookie of the year in the rookie season.
In the 1986-87 season, Jordan averaged 37.1 points per game, winning the title of NBA scoring champion for the first time.
In the 1991-93 season, Jordan won the MVP in the regular season and the MVP (FMVP) in the Finals for three consecutive times, leading the Chicago Bulls to three NBA championships.
On October 6, 1993, he was declared retired because of his father’s murder, and two years later he was declared to be back.
He was selected as the top 50 NBA stars in 1996. In 1996-98, Jordan won the 10th (total 10) NBA scoring championship in his personal career and the 5th (total 5) MVP in the regular season. He led the Bulls to win three ( total 6) of NBA Championships again.
On January 13, 1999, after the failure of the labor negotiations, he announced his retirement again. Two years later, he announced his return to the Washington Wizards.