Why Chicago Bulls Star Michael Jordan Is Not the Greatest NBA Player of All Time

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Why Chicago Bulls Star Michael Jordan Is Not the Greatest NBA Player of All Time
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The title gives it away, right? 

Right?

Wrong. I'm sure that many people will glance at this title and rush to the article just to badger its standpoint, but I encourage every reader to glance through the slides.

From a professional standpoint, there are three reasons that Hall of Famer Michael Jordan, six-time champion during his time with the Chicago Bulls, is not the greatest NBA player of all time.

Before you read these reasons, I'd like you to take a few things into account:

1. In no way is the article suggesting that Michael Jordan is not deserving of his fame. He is surely a legitimate member in the Hall of Fame, and he deserves the utmost respect as among the all-time greats.

2. In no way is the article recommending another available candidate; it simply questions Jordan's stranglehold on the title.

Thank you, and enjoy the read.

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