27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]February 21, 2003[/post_page_title]
Jordan still wasn’t done entertaining the basketball world and setting records. He had already become the oldest scoring champion in history, and on February 21, 2002, he became the first 40-year-old player to score 40 points. Jordan racked up 43 points in 43 minutes in a game against the Nets in Washington. He added ten rebounds and three assists in the 89-86 win over New Jersey. After the game MJ said he doesn’t feel 40 and that some nights he can still compete with the best.

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