Michael Jordan to the MAX

The Greatest Basketball Player Hands Down

There will never be another Michael Jordan. In this latest documentary it chronicles the basketball career of Hall Fame NBA player, Michael Jordan. Going back all the way to his North Carolina days to winning his sixth NBA title. Growing up as a die hard fan of the Chicago Bulls, I loved watching this documentary as it highlights many of the exciting games in which this man changed the NBA forever. Putting on spectacular performances like his game winning shot to beat the Cavaliers, in game seven of the playoffs. Or how about his performance against the Jazz when he played sick to only end up making the final game winning steal and shot to win the game, was truly a sight to behold. For those looking for an unbiased documentary on Michael, then you'll be sorely disappointed as this film doesn't cover the controversy surrounding his father's death. This film was purely made for the fans which isn't to say that's a bad a thing. As this film will make any Bulls or NBA fan, will want to add this documentary to their collection.

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Stevennix2001 7 years ago Author

yeah i totally agree with you there. although, i think LeBron James and Kobe Bryant do have a lot of skill and potential, but none of them are bigger than their sport where they overshadow everyone in terms of popularity, like Michael did.

Plus, ever since Tiger came onto the scene in golf, it seems like everyone I know that used to hate golf are now just turning in to watch him. its crazy

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satomko 7 years ago from Macon, GA

I have a feeling you're right. Basketball viewership has declined and plateaued ever since Jordan retired. His skill was so extraordinary that many people who were not even particular fans of basketball tuned in just to watch him play. The same occurrence happens now in golf with Tiger Woods.

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