Michael Jordan was the number 3 overall pick of the 1984 NBA draft, he won a national championship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill while playing for the great Dean Smith. He won 6 championships with the Chicago Bulls, he was a an all star 16 times, he’s won 6 NBA finals MVP’s and 10 scoring titles which are both NBA records.
He retired for good in 2003 as a member of the Washington Wizards and hasn’t played another game in the NBA since and he is currently the owner of the Charlotte Hornets franchise. He’s had nike’s highest selling shoe for years now and he has always been a winner everything he touches turns to gold, you can now add tv to his list of accolades. His Airness won an emmy for his documentary “The Last Dance” which documented Jordan’s last season with the Bulls and everything that happened behind the scenes. The 10 part docu series beat out Netflix’s Tiger King, Hulu’s Hillary, PBS’ American Masters and HBO’s McMillion$ to win Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Series in what many were saying was the most competitive at this years Creative Arts Emmys. The battle was particularly competitive this year since Netflix’s series Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, starring Joe Exotic and his cast of animal lovers and rivals, was, along with The Last Dance, one of the most talked about series to premiere at the start of the COVID-19 lockdown. Tiger King was shutout of all six categories it was nominated in.