Michael Jordan is the NBA's greatest player of all time. That statement is a fact, not an opinion. Whether you like him or not, you simply cannot argue against it. Just look at his accomplishments: Six championships, five MVP's, fourteen trips to the All-Star Game, ten scoring titles. The list goes on. For years, talented young stars entering the league have been foolishly labeled, "The Next Jordan." The list includes anyone from Harold Miner to Kobe Bryant. The closest thing we've seen to MJ, though, has been Bryant, who is arguably the top player in the league as we speak. The 11-time All-Star has won four championships, been named league MVP once, and has captured two scoring titles. And you can't leave out his 81-point game. But, will he ever dethrone Jordan as the greatest? Never. O ...
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