It’s a well-known fact that we can’t remember the last 50 points Michael Jordan scored. That’s why we have to play video games to remind ourselves and keep our minds occupied. It’s also a well-known fact that the last 50 points Michael Jordan scored was his game against the Boston Celtics.
Its actually true that I can’t remember the last 50 points Michael Jordan scored. Thats why I’m not always 100% sure on the score of my favorite NBA teams. Like when I tried to play the game the way Michael Jordan intended, I couldn’t get the ball over the goal line. I have no idea why I didn’t score fifty. Perhaps because I was still playing the game that was meant for me.
I think it is because he wasnt able to remember his last 50 points. The last 50 points Michael Jordan scored was in a game against the Boston Celtics in 1986. We know this because the game was broadcasted in the US and Michael Jordan’s coach, Scott Fizdale, made a point of putting the game on the air, including the score.
Maybe he was never able to get the ball over the goal line, and maybe the ball was just floating in his hands when he scored his 50 points, but I think the biggest factor that explains this is that it is only half a game, and he scored 50 points in a game in which he only played for five minutes.
In fact, the game was so short that Jordans coach said the play was “probably not even a play”, though he also hinted that Jordan had made a “very good play” in the game.
I was wrong on this one, because I think it is actually more about Jordan scoring in such a short game. I think it is more about him realizing the importance of the game, and learning to love the game. He may have scored some great points in short spurts, but his big moments were when he was scoring big. While some other players may have played more than 50 minutes, Jordan played for more than that.
It’s true that Jordan is a very versatile player. He averaged a career high 13.1 points per game last year, but that was actually the lowest number of points he averaged during his career. He also averaged a career high 2.12 assists per game, and he was the only player in NBA history to average at least 2 assists per game in both the regular season and playoffs. Jordan’s career offensive rating of 102.5 was the highest of any player in NBA history.
It’s clear that Jordan is not just a great scorer, but also a great passer, an agile and smooth athlete, and a great rebounder. The only major difference between Jordan and the rest of the NBA is that Jordan is a bit more of an all-around player, and not just a scorer.
Jordan is not just a great scorer, but also a great passer, an agile and smooth athlete, and a great rebounder. The only major difference between Jordan and the rest of the NBA is that Jordan is a bit more of an all-around player, and not just a scorer.
There are of course many other ways to describe how good Jordan is, such as his game-winning shot, his overall defensive game, his ability to score from anywhere on the court, his passing, and his shooting (although as the game has started to see the first signs of Jordan’s decline as a player, Jordan has been having a bit of trouble with that shot).
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