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Jordan's last 3 championships stats
06-21-2013, 10:44 AM (This post was last modified: 06-26-2013 12:50 PM by xstreaminsanity.)
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Jordan's last 3 championships stats
Here are the stats for Michael Jordan's last three championship series. This is for everyone who feels that Jordan did no wrong on the court:

DateOpponentResultMPFGFGA3P3PAFTFTAORBDRBTRBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
6/5/96vs Seattle SupersonicsW 107-9041918149100772212428
6/7/96vs Seattle SupersonicsW 92-88439221210162468202329
6/9/96at Seattle SupersonicsW 108-864111233411112135203136
6/12/96at Seattle SupersonicsL 86-107416190211131232104323
6/14/96at Seattle SupersonicsL 78-8943112204452241102326
6/16/96vs Seattle SupersonicsW 87-75435191311123697205322

DateOpponentResultMPFGFGA3P3PAFTFTAORBDRBTRBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
6/1/97vs Utah JazzW 84-8241132700571348010331
6/4/97vs Utah JazzW 97-8545112012152149139205238
6/6/97at Utah JazzL 93-10440922410450336121126
6/8/97at Utah JazzL 73-7842112704001344003322
6/11/97at Utah JazzW 90-884413272510122575313338
6/13/97vs Utah JazzW 90-8644153514810110114111239

DateOpponentResultMPFGFGA3P3PAFTFTAORBDRBTRBASTSTLBLKTOPFPTS
6/3/98at Utah JazzL 85-8846132912681232020333
6/5/98at Utah JazzW 93-88401433029103253110237
6/7/98vs Utah JazzW 96-54327140010111232112124
6/10/98vs Utah JazzW 86-824312270010153582203134
6/12/98vs Utah JazzL 81-83459260210111344304428
6/14/98at Utah JazzW 87-864415353712150111401245

In just about every game he shot below 50% from the field. A lot of times he took a large amount of shots to get points. In the sonics series, Pippen actually carried the team in the final game. That same game, Jordan didn't play that good (he shot 5/19 for 22 pts and had 5 turnovers). I loved Jordan's game but I'm a realist. His talent was phenomenal, but he was never above the game and he was definitely human.

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06-21-2013, 10:54 AM
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Wow really??? Smh unbelievable
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06-21-2013, 11:00 AM
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i pointed this out a few ddays ago and was shouted down

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06-21-2013, 11:02 AM
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And yet Lebron averaged 26 points 11 rebounds and 7 assists in these finals and people still gave him crap. Not to mention two triple.doubles.....and im a Jordan fan...

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06-21-2013, 11:04 AM
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Did anyone ever say he wasn't human? I'm also very sorry, but he was definitely "above the game". The man's silhouette was recognizable world wide. He was the very definition of superstar. He was the face of the NBA, hands down. I never thought any of that was in question.

As far as making mistakes, I have not seen anyone say that he never made mistakes. Here's what people, or at least I said; 10 seconds left on the clock, do or die, Michael Jordan wants the ball and is taking the shot. Same situation, 95% of the time, LeBron James is looking to pass the ball.

That's a significant difference between the G.O.A.T and the heir apparent. One craved and thrived in crunch time, the other doesn't want the blame.

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06-21-2013, 11:10 AM
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muskies: yea, there people claiming he never had an offgame in the finals, and that is why lebron is such a low inferior player

it twas a ridiculous argument

(08-06-2014 11:33 AM)jaykayzee Wrote:  Don't confuse "not valuable" with "not collectible".
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06-21-2013, 11:15 AM
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(06-21-2013 11:04 AM)muskiesfan Wrote:  Did anyone ever say he wasn't human? I'm also very sorry, but he was definitely "above the game". The man's silhouette was recognizable world wide. He was the very definition of superstar. He was the face of the NBA, hands down. I never thought any of that was in question.

As far as making mistakes, I have not seen anyone say that he never made mistakes. Here's what people, or at least I said; 10 seconds left on the clock, do or die, Michael Jordan wants the ball and is taking the shot. Same situation, 9s% of the time, LeBron James is looking to pass the ball.

That's a significant difference between the G.O.A.T and the heir apparent. One craved and thrived in crunch time, the other doesn't want the blame.

I dont see it as not wanting the blame i see it as lebron looking to.get his team involved first. Jordan always looked to score.first and team second
Look at game 6 lebron took over when needed and carried his team to a victory. He had 18 point in the 4th. He also had triple double. Lebron looks for the best play not just the play that is going to get him points like jordan did. If the best play is to pass then thats what he does. They are two completely different players and the only comparison is that mj is called the goat and people think lebron can be the next goat. Will he be? Who knows but that is the only reason they are even talked about in the same sentence.

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06-21-2013, 11:19 AM
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(06-21-2013 11:04 AM)muskiesfan Wrote:  Did anyone ever say he wasn't human? I'm also very sorry, but he was definitely "above the game". The man's silhouette was recognizable world wide. He was the very definition of superstar. He was the face of the NBA, hands down. I never thought any of that was in question.

As far as making mistakes, I have not seen anyone say that he never made mistakes. Here's what people, or at least I said; 10 seconds left on the clock, do or die, Michael Jordan wants the ball and is taking the shot. Same situation, 95% of the time, LeBron James is looking to pass the ball.

That's a significant difference between the G.O.A.T and the heir apparent. One craved and thrived in crunch time, the other doesn't want the blame.

I understand where you are coming from and see your point. On the flip side, Jordan owes a lot of his branding to David Stern. He was the reason behind individually marketing players.

The point I'm making is take a lot of people on here make it seem as though Jordan did everything right. He has looked very human when his team needs him most. Within his last 3 championships (18 games) he shot 50% or slightly better only 4 times. The stat lines that Jordan has put up- people would destroy Lebron for.

When Lebron was in Cleveland he had the ball in his hands at the end of the game EVERY TIME. He only made the right basketball (pass to the open man) play a couple times. Jordan has done the exact same thing a few times in his career. Remember Steve Kerr made a game winning shot in the finals. No one blamed Jordan for passing up the final shot on that play, but the standard changes for Lebron.

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06-21-2013, 11:24 AM
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(06-21-2013 11:19 AM)kenarm79 Wrote:  I understand where you are coming from and see your point. On the flip side, Jordan owes a lot of his branding to David Stern. He was the reason behind individually marketing players.

The point I'm making is take a lot of people on here make it seem as though Jordan did everything right. He has looked very human when his team needs him most. Within his last 3 championships (18 games) he shot 50% or slightly better only 4 times. The stat lines that Jordan has put up- people would destroy Lebron for.

When Lebron was in Cleveland he had the ball in his hands at the end of the game EVERY TIME. He only made the right basketball (pass to the open man) play a couple times. Jordan has done the exact same thing a few times in his career. Remember Steve Kerr made a game winning shot in the finals. No one blamed Jordan for passing up the final shot on that play, but the standard changes for Lebron.
Well said and this exactly how i feel.

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06-21-2013, 11:27 AM
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this is actually why i'm liking lebron more and more...his legacy was built on and will be remembered as "the distributor." i've heard the use of that name for him a number of times. it used to be bad, but now people are understanding that it's actually a good thing.



(06-21-2013 11:15 AM)nickm1123 Wrote:  I dont see it as not wanting the blame i see it as lebron looking to.get his team involved first. Jordan always looked to score.first and team second
Look at game 6 lebron took over when needed and carried his team to a victory. He had 18 point in the 4th. He also had triple double. Lebron looks for the best play not just the play that is going to get him points like jordan did. If the best play is to pass then thats what he does. They are two completely different players and the only comparison is that mj is called the goat and people think lebron can be the next goat. Will he be? Who knows but that is the only reason they are even talked about in the same sentence.
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