He got an earlier start. He was on pace to overtake him in statistical categories and still had plenty of years left to win championships.
Jordan’s legacy wasn’t without its flaws. His bizarre Hall of Fame induction speech was not graceful. Yet, Jordan the player still remains king in the minds of anyone who watched him play.
His legacy of success in the same city will serve him well–as well as the collectors hoping he keeps his place as one of the two or three most popular athletes of the 20th century.
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