His accomplishments alone could fill this entire story, listed bullet-point style, many well-known, some not so much, each equally astounding. However, that is not what makes Michael Jordan the most recognizable, revered, and reverent athlete of this or any of time. It’s also not the six NBA Championships, none of which was even taken to a Game 7. It’s also not the 10 scoring titles or leading the league in career scoring average for both the regular season and the postseason. What separates Jordan from all the rest is this: He was the most beloved and popular athlete in the…

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