Michael Jordan From Boyhood To His Final Year As A Chicago BullAuthor: Desertman84 from United States
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In a fitting tribute to this legendary player, His Airness is a documentary that examines the life of Michael Jordan, from his boyhood exploits to his final year in the NBA. This absorbing retrospective shows what made this man so remarkable: his constant quest for improvement. Even after his first retirement, in 1993, he returned to the court reborn, galvanized by a desire to win and to be on top of the game once again.
Jordan was a great ambassador and icon, as a number of basketball greats, from Magic Johnson to Isiah Thomas, testify to in interviews. Dignified, classy, determined, awesome, driven-there are not enough superlatives to describe what Jordan meant to the game of basketball and to sports in general.
Legendary player Bill Russell summed it up best when he claims that the reason Jordan sustained his level of excellence was because "he was determined to be Michael Jordan every night."
This is the most complete documentary of Jordan as a Chicago Bulls player.It covers practically many aspects of his life.And one would fully understand what makes him the greatest competitor in the game of basketball.1 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
Jordan greatest moments...Author: Slawek Farian from Poland
From his early career in high-school and university of North Carolina to the pro career. Jordan battle's against Detroit Pistons in the '80s to new generation NBA and two finals with Utah Jazz. As considered one of the best basketball players in entire history Jordan set the quality and legacy for those players they who arrive in the league after him. His offensive explosion and unreal skills are still rare in the NBA. Only players like Kobe Bryant from Los Angeles and Tracy McGrady straight from Houston could perform the game and style like Jordan usually play in hometown Chicago. As be one of the 50 greatest players in history of NBA Jordan wins almost everything, he's been scoring champ several times, 2 time Slam-Dunk Champion and one of the five top scores in entire NBA history (only better are Abdul-Jabbar and Karl Malone)0 out of 1 people found the following review useful: