Get an inside look at Michael at home, on the golf course and in the air. Features rare footage from his days at the University of North Carolina. Relive spectacular highlights from his NBA...
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This made-for-video production mixes highlights of Michael Jordan from the '80s with a fantasy storyline of a high school teen named Walt, who has been cut from his basketball team. ... See full summary »
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Get an inside look at Michael at home, on the golf course and in the air. Features rare footage from his days at the University of North Carolina. Relive spectacular highlights from his NBA career and All-Star games. Enjoy slam dunks, gravity defying shots and more!
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I wouldn't say that MJ was a loser because as the video tells it, he was NCAA champion and Gold medal in Olympics (some stars don't even have won one) but basketball is above all a team sport and up to 1991 he hadn't even gone to at least 1 NBA Finals ! To label MJ the best then was a bit too much Now after saying that, MJ stays my n° 1 player because his abilities, his will and his values are unique even today ! He stayed with the bulls trough those bad years, he was close to his parents, he was helping children so he wasn't just winning money ! For that, he was my champion and it's again a lesson for all today and future players ! In conclusion, this is a great video to introduce MJ with fantastic moves and private things but it's only Chapter I for his achievement !
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