27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]1984 NCAA season[/post_page_title]
Jordan decided to stay at UNC for two seasons after winning the National Championships, and it paid off. During his junior year at the University, Jordan averaged 19.6 PPG, 5.3 rebounds and 2.1 assists. He was named AP Player of the Year, but more importantly was the winner of both the Wooden Award for the most outstanding college basketball player and the Naismith Award for Player of the Year (yeah, they’re very similar).
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