27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]January 4, 2002[/post_page_title]
The team itself may not have been remarkable, but Jordan made sure his extra time on the court counted for something. On January 4, 2002, Jordan became only the fourth player to score 30,000 points, and he did so with a free throw against his former team, the Chicago Bulls. It took him 960 games to reach 30,000, and it would take another ten years for someone to join the club. That someone was Kobe Bryant, and he was the youngest player to score 30k.
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