Who was Michael Jordan's MVP in the 1992 All-Star Game?

Michael Jordan was the MVP of the 1992 All-Star Game. He led the Eastern Conference to a 132-129 victory over the Western Conference. Jordan scored a career-high 50 points on 18-of-30 shooting, including 7-of-14 from three-point range, and grabbed 11 rebounds. He also had five assists and two steals

The three-point line did not exist during Michael Jordan's freshman and junior seasons, but it was tested within ACC play during his sophomore season. Several other conferences tested the line this season, but only within their respective conference competition

Averages[edit]

NBA career statistics[edit]

OFF Offensive rebounds per game DEF Defensive rebounds per game REB Total rebounds per game AST Assists

Averages[edit]

SeasonAgeTeamGPGSMINFG%3P%FT%OFFDEFREBASTSTLBLKTOVPFPTS1984–8521–22Chicago828238. 3. 515. 173. 8452. 04. 56. 55. 92. 39. 843. 553. 528. 21985–8622–23Chicago18725. 1. 457. 167. 8401. 32. 33. 62. 92. 061. 172. 502. 622. 71986–8723–24Chicago828240. 0. 482. 182. 8572. 03. 25. 24. 62. 881. 523. 322. 937. 11987–8824–25Chicago828240. 4. 535. 132. 8411. 73. 85. 55. 93. 161. 603. 073. 335. 01988–8925–26Chicago818140. 2. 538. 276. 8501. 86. 28. 08. 02. 89. 803. 583. 032. 51989–9026–27Chicago828239. 0. 526. 376. 8481. 75. 16. 96. 32. 77. 663. 012. 933. 61990–91†27–28Chicago828237. 0. 539. 312. 8511. 44. 66. 05. 52. 721. 012. 462. 831. 51991–92†28–29Chicago808038. 8. 519. 270. 8321. 15. 36. 46. 12. 28. 942. 502. 530. 11992–93†29–30Chicago787839. 3. 495. 352. 8371. 75. 06. 75. 52. 83. 782. 652. 432. 61994–9532Chicago171739. 3. 411. 500. 8011. 55. 46. 95. 31. 76. 762. 062. 826. 91995–96†32–33Chicago828237. 7. 495. 427. 8341. 84. 86. 64. 32. 20. 512. 402. 430. 41996–97†33–34Chicago828237. 9. 486. 374. 8331. 44. 55. 94. 31. 71. 542. 021. 929. 61997–98†34–35Chicago828238. 8. 465. 238. 7841. 64. 25. 83. 51. 72. 552. 261. 828. 72001–0238–39Washington605334. 9. 416. 189. 790. 84. 85. 75. 21. 42. 432. 702. 022. 92002–0339–40Washington826737. 0. 445. 291. 821. 95. 26. 13. 81. 50. 482. 112. 120. 0Career1,0721,03938. 3. 497. 327. 8351. 64. 76. 35. 32. 35. 822. 732. 630. 1First retirement66765638. 7. 516. 301. 8461. 74. 66. 35. 92. 721. 033. 002. 932. 3Second retirement93091938. 6. 505. 332. 8381. 74. 66. 35. 42. 48. 892. 782. 731. 5Playoffs17917941. 8. 487. 332. 8281. 74. 76. 45. 72. 10. 883. 053. 033. 4All-Star131329. 4. 472. 273. 7501. 73. 04. 74. 22. 85. 463. 232. 420. 2SeasonTeamGPGSW-LMINFGMFGA3PM3PAFTMFTAOFFDEFREBASTSTLBLKTOVPFPTS1984–85Chicago828238–443,1448371,625952630746167367534481196692912852,3131985–86Chicago1879–945115032831810512523416453372145464081986–87Chicago828240–423,2811,0982,27912668339721662644303772361252722373,0411987–88Chicago828250–323,3111,0691,9987537238601393104494852591312522702,8681988–89Chicago818147–343,2559661,7952798674793149503652650234652902472,6331989–90Chicago828255–273,1971,0341,96492245593699143422565519227542472412,7531990–91†Chicago828261–213,0349901,8372993571671118374492453223832022292,5801991–92†Chicago808067–133,1029431,8182710049159091420511489182752002012,4041992–93†Chicago787856–223,0679922,00381230476569135387522428221612071882,5411994–95Chicago171713–46681664041632109136259211790301335474571995–96†Chicago828272–103,0909161,850111260548657148395543352180421971952,4911996–97†Chicago828269–133,1069201,892111297480576113369482352140441661562,4311997–98†Chicago828262–203,1818811,89330126565721130345475283141451851512,3572001–02Washington605330–302,0935511,32410532633335028933931085261621191,3752002–03Washington826737–453,0316791,527165526632471426497311123391731711,640Career1,0721,039706–36641,01112,19224,5375811,7787,3278,7721,6685,0046,6725,6332,5148932,9242,78332,292First retirement667656423–24425,8428,07915,6472879555,0966,0251,1313,0884,2193,9351,8156842,0061,94421,541Second retirement930919639–29135,88710,96221,6865551,6706,7988,1151,5474,2895,8365,0122,3068282,5892,49329,277Playoffs179179119–607,4742,1884,4971484461,4631,7663058471,1521,0223761585465415,987All-Star13136–73821102333113952223961543764231262

Source. basketball-reference. com and nba. com

Playoffs[edit]

RoundOpponentGamesMINFG%FT%REBASTSTLBLKPTS1985 First RoundMilwaukee Bucks442. 8. 436. 8285. 88. 52. 81. 029. 31986 First RoundBoston Celtics345. 0. 505. 8726. 35. 72. 31. 343. 71988

Source. basketball-reference. com

Awards and accomplishments[edit]

NBA achievements[edit]

  • Leader in steals three times. 1987-1988, 1989-1990, and 1992-1993
  • 2× Minutes leader. 1987–88, 1988–89
  • 2 winners of the IBM Award. 1985, 1989
  • 11× All-NBA selection

16 NBA Player of the Month 25 NBA Player of the Week

United States National Team[edit]

College[edit]

Achievements[edit]

At the United Center, there is a plaque commemorating Jordan's career accomplishments

1 264 games (1 072 regular season, 179 postseason, 13 All-Star) in his career

Records for the University of North Carolina Tar Heels[edit]

  • 721 points scored as a sophomore (in 36 games; 1982-83)
  • Jordan set a UNC career high with 39 points against Georgia Tech on January 29, 1983, surpassing his previous career high of 32 points against Duke on January 22, 1983

NBA records and former records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Seasons in which he led the league in scoring. ten (1986-87-1992-93, 1995-96-1999-98)

7 consecutive seasons as league scoring leader (1986-87-1992-93)

11 seasons in which he led the league in total points (1984-85, 1986-87-1992-93, 1995-96-1997-98)

1995-96 - 1996-97. First scoring champion with at least 100 three-pointers

Career scoring average, points per game. 30. 12 (32,292/1,072)

Seasons with at least 30 points per game. 8 (1986-87, 1992-93, 1995-96)

562 career games with 30 or more points

From March 25, 1986 to December 26, 2001, there were 866 consecutive games with 10 or more points

  • 840 games with the Chicago Bulls and 26 games with the Washington Wizards
  • Jordan failed to score in double figures only once as a Bull (8 points in only 16 minutes of play against the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 22, 1986, his fifth game back from a broken foot)
  • In 2018, LeBron James broke the record

Scored 23 points in a game against the Atlanta Hawks on April 16, 1987

  • It happened during the final 6. 33 of the second quarter (17 points) and the first 2. 12 of the third quarter (6 points)
  • Several players have broken since then
  • Jordan scored 61 points in this game, setting or tying several league records
  • On November 21, 1986, Jordan also scored 18 consecutive points, all in the fourth quarter, against the New York Knicks

11 seasons with at least 2,000 points (1984-85, 1986-87-1992-93, 1995-96-1997-98)

The oldest player in NBA history to lead the league in scoring. 35 years and 61 days (1997-98)

38 years, 315 days (51 points vs. New Orleans Hornets, December 29, 2001)

40 years, 4 days (43 points vs. New Jersey Nets, February 21, 2003) is the oldest player in NBA history to score 40 points in a game

  • Jordan is also the only player over the age of 40 to score 40 points or more
  • Jordan scored 40 points three times, 30 points nine times, and 20 points 42 times in his final season

The most games played to reach 31,000 points were 1,011 on December 10, 2002, against the Portland Trail Blazers

The shortest number of games played to reach 32,000 points was 1,059 on March 23, 2003, while playing for the Golden State Warriors

Jordan outscored the opposing starting five 58-54 in a game between the Chicago Bulls and the New Jersey Nets on February 26, 1987

  • Other players have accomplished this

Field goals[edit]

10 seasons as league leader in field goals made (1986-87-1992-93, 1995-96-1997-98)

7 consecutive seasons as league leader in field goals made (1986-87-1992-93)

  • Also holds second (see below)

9 seasons as league leader in field goal attempts (1986-87-1987-88, 1989-90-1992-93, 1995-96-1997-98)

Free throws[edit]

Free throws made, half. 20, second half, December 30, 1992, at Miami Heat (since tied by Devin Booker)

  • Also holds third (see below)

14 free throws made in the fourth quarter, twice

14th quarter, against the Utah Jazz, November 15, 198914th quarter, against the Miami Heat, December 30, 1992
  • Vince Carter broke the record on December 23, 2005
  • Jordan also made 13 free throws in the second quarter of his final regular season game as a Bull, on April 18, 1998, against the New York Knicks

Free throw attempts, half. 23, second half, December 30, 1992, at Miami Heat

Free throw attempts, quarter. 16, fourth quarter, December 30, 1992, at Miami Heat

19 consecutive free throws made in a game. February 26, 1987, vs. New Jersey Nets

Steals[edit]

Seasons in which he led the league in steals. three (1987-88, 1989-90, and 1992-93)

8 steals in the first half against the Boston Celtics on November 9, 1988

Career. 11 games with 8 or more steals

Personal fouls[edit]

Personal fouls, quarter. 6, fourth quarter, January 31, 1989, vs. Detroit Pistons

Playoffs[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Points, career. 5,987

Career scoring average, points per game. 33. 4 (5,987/179)

Games with 50 or more points in a career. 8

2, against the Cleveland Cavaliers, from April 28 to May 1, 1988

  • Jordan is the only player in NBA history to have back-to-back 50-point playoff games, scoring 50 and 55 against the Cavs in Games 1 and 2
  • In back-to-back games against the Boston Celtics, he scored 49 points on April 17, 1986 and 63 points on April 20, 1986

Games with 45 or more points, total career. 23

Games with 40 or more points (career. 38)

Games with 30 or more points in a career. 109

Career. 173 games with 20 or more points

  • In 179 playoff games, Jordan only failed to score 20 points six times

From June 2, 1989 to May 11, 1993, there were 60 consecutive games with 20 or more points

  • Also holds fourth (see below)

From April 19, 1985 to June 14, 1998, there were 179 consecutive games with 10 or more points

  • Jordan's entire playoff career

Consecutive points scored in a game. 17, at New York Knicks, June 2, 1993 (from 73 to 90 points)

Points, one postseason. 759 (1992)

Scoring 35 points or more in all games of any playoff series. twice
5 games against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1988 First Round
5 games against the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1990 Conference Semifinals

Scoring 30 points or more in all games of any playoff series. seven times
3 games against the Boston Celtics in the 1987 First Round
5 games against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1988 First Round
5 games against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1989 First Round
5 games against the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1990 Conference Semifinals
3 games against the Miami Heat in the 1992 First Round
6 games against the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals
3 games against the New Jersey Nets in the 1998 First Round

Points in a three-game series against the Miami Heat in the 1992 first round (45. 0 ppg). 135

  • Second and fourth place are also held (see below)

Points in a five-game series against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1988 First Round (45. 2 ppg). 226

  • Second and fourth place are also held (see below)

63 points in a game against the Boston Celtics on April 20, 1986 (2 overtime)

  • Jordan has five of the top ten highest-scoring playoff games in NBA history
  • Third and fourth place are also held (see below)

112 points in two consecutive games against the Boston Celtics in the 1986 Eastern Conference First Round, April 17 (49), 20 (63), 1986 (56. 0 ppg)

Outscoring the opposing team in a quarter. On April 28, 1988, Jordan outscored the entire opposing team 20-19 in the second quarter of Game 1 of the 1988 Eastern Conference First Round, Chicago Bulls vs. Cleveland Cavaliers

  • In the first quarter of Game 1 of the 2016 Western Conference First Round, Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets, April 16, 2016, Stephen Curry outscored the entire opposing team 16-15

Jordan scored 54 points in three quarters (17 in the second, 19 in the third, and 18 in the fourth) in Game 3 of the 1992 Eastern Conference First Round, Chicago Bulls at Miami Heat, April 29, 1992[citation needed]

Most points in a single postseason without reaching the NBA Finals. 591 in 1989 and 587 in 1990

  • Jordan was the points leader in the playoffs despite not even making the NBA Finals, which he did twice

5 NBA playoff series with at least 40 points per game

  1. 43. 7 ppg on 51 FG% in the first round against the Celtics in 1986
  2. Against the Cavaliers in the first round in 1988, he averaged 45. 2 points per game while shooting 56% from the field
  3. Against the Sixers in the Eastern Conference Semifinals in 1990, he averaged 43. 0 points per game while shooting 55 percent from the field
  4. Against the Heat in the first round in 1992, he averaged 45. 0 points per game on 61 percent shooting
  5. Finals against the Suns in 1993 - 41. 0 ppg on 51 FG%
  • No other player in NBA history has more than one 40-point-per-game average in a playoff series of any length, except Jordan, who did it five times
  • Elgin Baylor (40. 6 ppg on 43 FG%) against the Celtics in 1962, Jerry West (46. 3 ppg on 45 FG%) against the Bullets in 1965, Rick Barry (40. 8 ppg on 40 FG%) against the 76ers in 1967, and Bernard King (42. 6 ppg on 60 FG%) against the Pistons in 1984 are the only players to achieve this feat
  • Jordan was also the last player in history to do so, averaging 41. 0 points per game in the NBA Finals against the Suns in 1993
  • Jordan has 5 of the top 7 highest scoring playoff series performances in NBA history

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made in a three-game series against the Miami Heat in the 1992 first round. 53

  • Also holds third (see below)

Field goals made in a five-game series against the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1990 Conference Semifinals. 86

  • Also holds second (see below)

Field goals made in a six-game series against the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals. 101

Made 24 field goals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 1, 1988

  • Third and fourth place are also held (see below)

13 consecutive field goals made in a game without a miss. June 5, 1991, vs. Los Angeles Lakers

Field goal attempts, career. 4,497

First half field goal attempts. 25, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, May 1, 1988

  • Second and third place are also held (see below)

Three-point field goals[edit]

Six three-point field goals were made in the first half of a game against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

First half three-point field goal attempts. 9, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, June 3, 1992

Free throws[edit]

Free throws made, career. 1,463

183 free throws made in one postseason (1989)

On May 14, 1989, he made 23 free throws in a regulation game against the New York Knicks

  • Dirk Nowitzki broke the record on May 17, 2011
  • On March 21, 1953, Bob Cousy made 30 of 32 free throws in a four-overtime game
  • Also holds third (see below)

Halftime. 14, second half. 14, vs. Detroit Pistons, May 28, 1990

Free throws made, quarter. 13, fourth quarter, May 21, 1991, vs. Detroit Pistons

  • Dirk Nowitzki tied the knot on April 16, 2011
  • Also holds third (see below)

Free throw attempts, career. 1,766

229 free throw attempts in one postseason (1989)

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record in 1995

58 free throws were attempted over a 4-game series in 1985 against the Milwaukee Bucks

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record in 1999

28 free throw attempts in a regulation game against the New York Knicks on May 14, 1989

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record on June 9, 2000
  • Also holds fourth (see below)

Halftime free throw attempts. 17, second half vs. New York Knicks, May 14, 1989

  • Magic Johnson broke the record on May 8, 1991

Free throw attempts, quarter. 14, fourth quarter, May 21, 1991, vs. Detroit Pistons

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record on May 20, 2000

Steals[edit]

Steals, career. 376

NBA Finals[edit]

Scoring[edit]

Any championship series with the highest scoring average, points per game. 41. 0 (246/6), vs. Phoenix Suns, 1993 NBA Finals

Points in a six-game series against the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals. 246 (41. 0 ppg)

  • Also holds fourth (see below)

4 consecutive games with 40 or more points. June 11, 1993 to June 18, 1993, vs. Phoenix Suns

35 games with 20 or more points in a row, from June 2, 1991 to June 14, 1998

  • Jordan's entire Finals career

Scoring 30 points or more in all championship games. 6 games, vs. Phoenix Suns, 1993 NBA Finals

35 points in the first half against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

  • Also holds second (see below)

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made in a six-game series against the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals. 101

Halftime field goals. 14, twice
14 points in the first half against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992
14, first half, against the Phoenix Suns on June 16, 1993

  • Third and fourth place are also held (see below)

13 consecutive field goals made in a game without a miss. June 5, 1991, vs. Los Angeles Lakers

Field goals made in a five-game series against the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1991 NBA Finals. 63

199 field goal attempts in a 6-game series against the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Finals

Three-point field goals[edit]

Career three-point field goals. 42

Made six three-point field goals against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

Six three-point field goals were made in the first half of a game against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

Three-point field goal attempts, game number ten, against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

First half three-point field goal attempts. 10, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, June 3, 1992

  • On June 22, 1994, John Starks broke the record

Free throws[edit]

Quarter. 9, second quarter, against the Utah Jazz, June 11, 1997

Halftime free throw attempts. 15, second half vs. Utah Jazz, June 4, 1997

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record on June 9, 2000

Attempts at free throws, quarter. 12, fourth quarter, vs. Utah Jazz, June 4, 1997

  • Shaquille O'Neal broke the record on June 9, 2000

Steals[edit]

14 steals in a five-game series against the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1991 NBA Finals (2. 8 spg)

All-Star[edit]

Points, career. 262

Field goals made, career. 110

Made field goals, game. 17, 1988

Field goal attempts, career. 233

Field goal attempts, game. July 27, 2003 (2 overtime)

Steals, career. 37

Blocked shots, half. 4, 1988

Other records[edit]

Regular season[edit]

There have been nine NBA All-Defensive First Team selections

Guards have blocked 893 shots in their careers

Shots blocked by a guard, season. 131 (1987-88)

Jordan has the most seasons with 100+ blocks by a guard (x2) 125 blocks (1986-87), 131 blocks (1987-88), and is the only guard in history to have more than one season with 100+ blocks

Most seasons with 200+ steals by a guard (x6) from 1986-87 to 1990-91 and 1992-93 (tied with Alvin Robertson). Also, regardless of position, the all-time record

The highest career Player Efficiency Rating is 27. 91

Box Plus/Minus for his entire career. 9. 22

Most times in his career, he has led the league in Win Shares 9 times

Most times in his career, he has led the league in Box Plus/Minus

Jordan has led the league in Value Over Replacement Player (VORP) 9 times in his career (Jordan has 6 of the 10 highest VORP seasons ever recorded)

7 times in his career, he has led the league in PER the most

Win Shares / 48 highest of all-time career. 0. 2505

Only rookie in NBA history to lead his team in four different statistical categories (1984-85)

  • Jordan led the Chicago Bulls in scoring (28. 2 points per game), rebounding (6. 5 rebounds per game), assists (5. 9 assists per game), and steals (2. 4 steals per game) in 1984-85
  • Jordan led the Bulls in four statistical categories again in 1987-88, this time in scoring (35. 0 ppg), assists (5. 9 apg), steals (3. 2 spg), and blocked shots (1. 6 bpg)

(1984-85), he was the second rookie in NBA history to average 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists

One of only two players in NBA history to score 3,000 points in a single season. 3,041 points in 82 games (37. 1 ppg) (1986-87)

  • Wilt Chamberlain is the only other player to have accomplished this feat three times

236 steals, 125 blocks (1986-87). first player in NBA history to record 200 steals and 100 blocked shots in a season

Only player in NBA history to have 200 steals and 100 blocked shots in more than one season. 259 steals, 131 blocks (1987-88)

Only player in NBA history to lead the league in scoring while also winning Defensive Player of the Year (1987-88)

  • Jordan scored 35 points per game on average

He was the first player in NBA history to win Rookie of the Year, Defensive Player of the Year, and Most Valuable Player all in the same season

  • David Robinson is the only other player who has done so
  • Despite winning Defensive Player of the Year and Most Valuable Player honors during his career, Hakeem Olajuwon finished second in Rookie of the Year voting to Jordan in 1984-85

He was the first player in NBA history to lead the league in scoring while also winning Defensive Player of the Year

Only player in NBA history to lead the league in scoring, MVP, and Defensive Player of the Year all in the same season (1987-88)

First player in NBA history to win MVP and Defensive Player of the Year in the same season (1987-88)

First player in NBA history to lead the league both in scoring and steals in the same season (1987–88, 1989–90, 1992–93)

  • Allen Iverson is the only other player who has accomplished this feat twice

Fourth player in NBA history to lead the league in scoring and win the NBA championship in the same season

One of three players in history to sweep the Most Valuable Player awards for the regular season, All-Star Game and NBA Finals in the same season (1995–96, 1997–98)

One of three players in history to win an Olympic gold medal both as an amateur and professional (1984, 1992)

Sixth player in history to win an Olympic gold medal, NCAA championship and NBA championship

Only player in NBA history to win Rookie of the Year (1984–85), Defensive Player of the Year (1987–88), NBA MVP (1987–88, 1990–91, 1991–92, 1995–96, 1997–98), All-Star MVP (1988, 1996, 1998), and Finals MVP (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998)

Led the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls to the second-best regular season record in NBA history (72 wins, 10 losses)

  • Jordan averaged a league-leading 30. 4 ppg
  • The 2015–16 Golden State Warriors, who won 73 regular-season games, are the winningest regular season team in NBA history

Led the 1995–96 Chicago Bulls to the best combined regular season and postseason record in NBA history (87 wins, 13 losses)

Playoffs[edit]

Only player in NBA history to score 15 or more points in all games in his career. 179 games

Outscored 268 of 269 opponents faced in the playoffs on points per game

  • Michael Jordan outscored all but one opponent he faced in his playoffs career. The exception was in the 1985 Eastern conference 1st round in Jordan's rookie season when Milwaukee Bucks power forward Terry Cummings outscored Jordan (29. 5 ppg to Jordan's 29. 3 ppg)

All-Time Player Efficiency Rating in the Playoffs. 28. 6

Box Plus/Minus all-time, all-time playoffs career. 11. 14

Only guard in NBA history to lead his team in all five playoff categories (points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks)

  • Eastern Conference Semifinals vs. New York Knicks in 1989

Jordan nearly led all five categories in a playoff series three more times

  • 1991 Eastern Conference Semifinals (short 7 rebounds) vs. Philadelphia 76ers
  • 1993 Eastern Conference Finals (short 3 rebounds) vs. New York Knicks
  • 1997 Eastern Conference Semifinals (short 2 assists) vs. Atlanta Hawks

Only player in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists, and 2 steals seven times in a playoff run

  • Jordan did this in the 1986, 1987, 1989, and 1990 Playoffs, as well as the Bulls' championship runs in 1991, 1992, and 1993

Only player in NBA history to average at least 30 points, six rebounds, six assists, and two steals in five playoff runs

  • Jordan did this in the 1987, 1989, and 1990 Playoffs, as well as the Bulls' championship runs in 1991 and 1993

Only player in NBA history to average at least 30 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists in two championship runs

  • Jordan accomplished this during the Bulls' championship runs in 1991 and 1993, while also averaging at least two steals in both of those seasons

In a record 9 different playoff runs, he averaged at least 30 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals

  • Jordan accomplished this in each of his nine playoff appearances from 1986 to 1995 (Jordan retired during the 1994 Playoffs)
  • Tracy McGrady is the only other player to have averaged at least 30 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 2 steals in a playoff run, when he was eliminated in the first round of the 2003 Playoffs

Only player in NBA history to shoot at least 38% on three-point attempts in three NBA Finals runs (minimum 15 points per game and 1. 5 three-point attempts per game)

  • Jordan did this during the Bulls' championship runs in 1991, 1992, and 1993, as well as in the 1996 championship run, but with a shorter 3-point line
  • In multiple NBA Finals appearances, four other players meet this criteria
    • Terry Porter (1990 and 1992)
    • Manu Ginobili (2005 and 2007)
    • Ray Allen (2008 and 2010)
    • Stephen Curry (2015 and 2016)

Jordan led a championship team in all five major categories (points, rebounds, assists, steals, and blocks) for the final three rounds of the 1997 Playoffs

  • Only Hakeem Olajuwon has done this, when he led the 1994 Rockets in all five major categories for the entire four-round playoffs
  • Jordan and Dennis Rodman both had 133 rebounds (8. 3 rpg) in the final three rounds
  • Jordan fell 10 rebounds (0. 53 rebounds per game) and 1 block (0. 05 blocks per game) short of leading the Bulls in all five categories throughout the four-round playoffs

Only player in NBA history to lead a team to a championship with only one teammate scoring in double figures

  • Scottie Pippen averaged 19 points per game on 42% shooting during the Bulls' 1997 playoff run, while Jordan's other teammates averaged less than 8 points per game

Finals[edit]

Six Most Valuable Player awards were given to him (1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, and 1998)

  • Jordan was named MVP in each of his Finals appearances, averaging 33. 6 points, 6 rebounds, and 6 assists per game

Scored 20 or more points in all 35 games played in his career

  • Jordan and Rick Barry (eight games) are the only players in NBA history to have scored 20 points or more in every Finals game

One of seven players to lead an NBA Finals team in four of five categories

  • Jordan led the Bulls in scoring, assists, steals, and blocks in 1991
  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (1974), Hakeem Olajuwon (1986), Magic Johnson (1987), Larry Bird (1987), Tim Duncan (2003, 2007), and LeBron James (2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018) are the other players to have done so

All-Star[edit]

3 times named Most Valuable Player (1988, 1996, 1998)

First player in All-Star Game history to record a triple-double. 14 points, 11 rebounds, and 11 assists in 26 minutes (1997)

  • In 2011, LeBron James had the second triple-double in All-Star Game history, with 29 points, 12 rebounds, and 11 assists in 32 minutes
  • In the 2012 NBA All-Star Game, Dwyane Wade recorded the third triple-double in All-Star Game history, with 24 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists in 33 minutes
  • In the 2017 NBA All-Star Game, Kevin Durant recorded the third triple-double in All-Star Game history, with 21 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists in 27 minutes

Set with Scottie Pippen[edit]

Chicago Bulls (110) at Indiana Pacers (102) on February 18, 1996, became the ninth pair of teammates in NBA history to score 40 or more points in the same game

  • Jordan finished with 44 points, 5 rebounds, 7 assists, 3 steals, and 2 blocks in 42 minutes
  • Pippen finished with 40 points, 10 rebounds, 2 assists, and 5 steals in 44 minutes

At least three teammates in NBA history have recorded triple-doubles in the same game. Chicago Bulls (126) vs. Los Angeles Clippers (121), January 3, 1989 (OT)

  • Jordan finished the game with 41 points, 10 rebounds, 11 assists (and six steals) in 47 minutes
  • In 42 minutes, Pippen had 15 points, 10 rebounds, 12 assists (and two steals)
  • On April 7, 2007, Jason Kidd and Vince Carter also accomplished this feat

Chicago Bulls franchise records[edit]

As a Chicago Bull, Michael Jordan set over 200 records, some of which are listed below

Regular season[edit]

Service[edit]

Seasons played. 13

Games played, career. 930

Season games. 82 (1984-1985, 1986-1987, 1987-1988, 1989-1990, 1990-1991, 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-1998)

  • Tied with many other players

Minutes played, career. 35,887

Scoring[edit]

Points, career. 29,277

Career scoring average, points per game. 31. 5 (29,277 points in 930 games)

Points, season. 3,041 (1986–87)

Season scoring average, points per game. 37. 1 (3,041/82) (1986-87)

69 points in a game (overtime) against the Cleveland Cavaliers on March 28, 1990

61 points in a regulation game against the Atlanta Hawks on April 16, 1987

Second half. 39 points vs. Milwaukee Bucks, February 16, 1988

  • Jimmy Butler (40, Toronto Raptors, January 3, 2016) broke the record

Points, quarter. 30, fourth quarter, November 26, 1988, at Denver Nuggets

Consecutive points, game. 23, last 6. 33 of second quarter and first 2. 12 of third quarter, April 16, 1987, vs. Atlanta Hawks

On November 21, 1986, he scored 18 points in a quarter against the New York Knicks

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made, career. 10,962

Season total of field goals made. 1,098 (1986-87)

Game (overtime) field goals. 27, vs. Orlando Magic, January 16, 1993

Made 24 field goals in a regulation game against the Philadelphia 76ers on November 16, 1988

First half field goals made. 15, vs. Orlando Magic, January 16, 1993

Quarter. 11 field goals, twice
16, 1993, versus the Orlando Magic, in the first quarter

Field goal attempts, career. 21,686

Season field goal attempts. 2,279 (1986-87)

Game (overtime) field goal attempts. 49, vs. Orlando Magic, January 16, 1993

Field goal attempts (game). 43, three times
On November 28, 1986, at the Los Angeles Lakers, he was 43 years old
43, January 15, 1987, vs. Houston Rockets
43, against the Orlando Magic on February 14, 1990

Halftime field goal attempts. 24, twice
24, second half, January 16, 1993, vs. Orlando Magic

Overtime field goal attempts. 8 vs. Seattle SuperSonics, February 23, 1988

Three-point field goals[edit]

Made three-point field goals in game 7 against the Golden State Warriors on January 18, 1990

Free throws[edit]

One missed free throw, game. 26-27 vs. New Jersey Nets, February 26, 1987

Free throws made, career. 6,798

Season total of free throws made. 833 (1986-87)

Free throws made in game 26 against the New Jersey Nets on February 26, 1987

Halftime. 20, second half. 20, at Miami Heat, December 30, 1992

14 free throws made in the fourth quarter, twice
November 15, 1989, fourth quarter, Utah Jazz
December 30, 1992, 14th quarter, Miami Heat

Free throw attempts, career. 8,115

Season free throw attempts. 972 (1986-87)

Free throw attempts in game 27 against the New Jersey Nets on February 26, 1987

Free throw attempts, half. 23, second half, December 30, 1992, at Miami Heat

Free throw attempts, quarter. 16, fourth quarter, December 30, 1992, at Miami Heat

Rebounding[edit]

Rebounds, career. 5,836

Defensive rebounds, career. 4,289

Assists[edit]

Assists, career. 5,012

Steals[edit]

Steals, career. 2,306

Steals, season. 259 (1987–88)

From March 25, 1988 to March 17, 1989, he had 77 consecutive games with a steal

January 29, 1988, game 10, steals vs. New Jersey Nets

8 steals in the first half against the Boston Celtics on November 9, 1988

Against the New Jersey Nets on January 29, 1988, he had six steals in the third quarter

Personal fouls[edit]

Personal fouls, quarter. 6, fourth quarter, January 31, 1989, vs. Detroit Pistons

Turnovers[edit]

Turnovers, career. 2,589

Jordan's rookie season was 1984–85

Minutes played. 3,144

Points. 2,313

Points scored on average per game. 28. 3 (2,313/82)

Field goals made. 837

Field goal attempts. 1,625

Free throws made. 630

Free throw attempts. 746

Steals. 196

Playoffs[edit]

Service[edit]

Games played, career. 179

Minutes played, career. 7,474

Scoring[edit]

Points, career. 5,987

63 points in a game (overtime) against the Boston Celtics on April 20, 1986 (2 OT)

56 points in a regulation game against the Miami Heat on April 29, 1992

Second half. 37 points, at Miami Heat, April 29, 1992

Points, quarter. 24, fourth quarter, May 11, 1990, at Philadelphia 76ers

9 points in overtime against the New York Knicks on May 9, 1989

Game. 17, during the second half (from 73 to 90 points), at New York Knicks, June 2, 1993

Field goals[edit]

Field goals made, career. 2,188

Made 24 field goals against the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 1, 1988

Halftime. 14 field goals, four times
14, first half, May 1, 1988, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
14, second half, May 11, 1990, at Philadelphia 76ers
14 points in the first half against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992
14, first half, against the Phoenix Suns on June 16, 1993

Field goals made, quarter. 10, fourth quarter, May 11, 1990, at Philadelphia 76ers

On May 9, 1989, he scored four field goals in overtime against the New York Knicks

Field goal attempts, career. 4,497

45 field goal attempts against the Cleveland Cavaliers on May 1, 1988

First half field goal attempts. 25, vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, May 1, 1988

First quarter field goal attempts. 13, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, June 3, 1992

Overtime field goal attempts. 5, first overtime, at Boston Celtics, April 20, 1986

Three-point field goals[edit]

Six three-point field goals were made in the first half of a game against the Portland Trail Blazers on June 3, 1992

First half three-point field goal attempts. 10, vs. Portland Trail Blazers, June 3, 1992

Free throws[edit]

Free throws made, career. 1,463

Made 23 free throws against the New York Knicks on May 14, 1989

Halftime. 14, second half. 14, vs. Detroit Pistons, May 28, 1990

Free throws made, quarter. 13, fourth quarter, May 21, 1991, vs. Detroit Pistons

On April 24, 1998, he made three free throws in overtime against the New Jersey Nets

Free throw attempts, career. 1,766

Free throw attempts in game 28 against the New York Knicks on May 14, 1989

Halftime free throw attempts. 17, second half vs. New York Knicks, May 14, 1989

Free throw attempts, quarter. 14, fourth quarter, May 21, 1991, vs. Detroit Pistons

Overtime free throw attempts. 5 vs. New Jersey Nets, April 24, 1998

Assists[edit]

Assists, career. 1,022

Assists in game 14 against the New York Knicks on June 2, 1993

Personal fouls[edit]

Overtime personal fouls. 3 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers, May 5, 1989

Steals[edit]

Steals, career. 376

Steals, game. 6, four times

  • May 15, 1988, Game 6 vs. Detroit Pistons
  • May 13, 1989, Game 6 vs. New York Knicks
  • 6, against the Philadelphia 76ers on May 16, 1990
  • 6, April 30, 1991, at the New York Knicks

Washington Wizards franchise records[edit]

First-half points. 34 vs. Charlotte Hornets, December 29, 2001

First-quarter points. 24 vs. Charlotte Hornets, December 29, 2001

Second-quarter points. 19 vs. Chicago Bulls, January 4, 2002

MCI Center record — 51 points in a game against the Charlotte Hornets on December 29, 2001

Career highs[edit]

NBA record (current)NBA record (former)Chicago Bulls franchise record

Regular season[edit]

StatHighHalf/QuarterOpponentDatePoints (OT)69—at Cleveland CavaliersMarch 28, 1990Points61—vs. Atlanta HawksApril 16, 1987Milwaukee BucksFebruary 16, 1988Points, quarter30fourthat Denver NuggetsNovember 26, 1989Consecutive points (game)23in the final 6. 33 of the second;
First 2. 12 of the third quarter vs. Atlanta HawksApril 16, 1987Consecutive points (quarter)18fourthvs. New York KnicksNovember 21, 1986Field goal percentage24-29 (. 828)—against the Philadelphia 76ersNovember 16, 1988Field goals made (OT)27—vs. Orlando MagicJanuary 16, 1993Field goals made24—against the Philadelphia 76ersNovember 16, 1988Field goals made, half15firstvs. Orlando MagicJanuary 16, 1993Field goal attempts (OT)49—vs. Orlando MagicJanuary 16, 1993Field goal attempts, half24secondvs. Los Angeles LakersNovember 28, 1986Field goal attempts, half24secondvs. Houston RocketsJanuary 15, 1987Field goal attempts, half24secondvs. Orlando MagicJanuary 16, 199315-15—vs. New Jersey NetsJanuary 10, 1987Free throws made, one miss26-27—vs. New Jersey NetsFebruary 26, 1987Free throws made, half20secondat Miami HeatDecember 30, 1992Free throws made, quarter14fourthat Utah JazzNovember 15, 1989Free throws made, quarter14fourthat Miami HeatDecember 30, 1992Free throw attempts27—vs. New Jersey NetsFebruary 26, 1987Free throw attempts, half23secondsat Miami HeatDecember 30, 1992Free throw attempts, quarter16fourthat Miami HeatDecember 30, 19923-point field goals made7—vs. Golden State WarriorsJanuary 18, 19903-point field goal attempts12—vs. Golden State WarriorsGolden State WarriorsJanuary 18, 1990Rebounds (OT)18—vs. Cleveland CavaliersMarch 28, 1990Rebounds18—vs. Seattle SuperSonicsMarch 18, 1997Offensive rebounds8—vs. Los Angeles LakersNovember 28, 1986Los Angeles LakersDecember 21, 1990Offensive rebounds8—vs. Denver NuggetsDecember 5, 1989Offensive rebounds8—vs. Seattle SuperSonicsMarch 18, 1997Defensive rebounds14—at New Jersey NetsMarch 16, 1996Assists17—at Portland Trail BlazersMarch 24, 1989Steals10—vs. New Jersey NetsJanuary 29, 1988Steals, half8firstat Boston CelticsNovember 9, 1988New Jersey NetsJanuary 29, 1988Blocked shots6—at Seattle SuperSonicsDecember 2, 1986Turnovers9—(Washington) at Chicago BullsJanuary 19, 2002Turnovers9—(Washington) vs. Orlando MagicMarch 11, 2003Minutes played (3 OT)56

Playoffs[edit]

StatHighHalf/QuarterOpponentDatePoints (2 OT)63—at Boston CelticsApril 20, 1986Points56—at Miami HeatApril 29, 1992Points, half37secondat Miami HeatApril 29, 1992Points, quarter24fourthat Philadelphia 76ersMay 11, 1990Points, overtime9—at New York KnicksMay 9, 1989Consecutive points17second half, overtime9—at New York KnicksMay 9, 1989Consecutive points17second half, overtime
from 73 to 90 points against the New York Knicks on June 2, 1993Field goal percentage15-18 (. 833)—vs. the Los Angeles Lakers on June 5, 1991Field goals made24—vs. the LakersCleveland CavaliersMay 1, 1988Field goals made, half14firstvs. Philadelphia 76ersMay 11, 1990Field goals made, half14firstvs. Cleveland CavaliersMay 1, 1988Field goals made, half14firstvs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Field goals made, half14thvs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Field goals made, quarter10thvs. Philadelphia 76ersMay 11, 1990Field goals made, overtime4—vs. New York KnicksMay 9, 1989Field goal attempts45—vs. Cleveland CavaliersMay 1, 1988Field goal attempts, half25thvs. Field goal attempts, overtime5firstat Boston CelticsApril 20, 1986Three-point field goals made6—vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Three-point field goals made6—vs. New York KnicksMay 31, 1993Three-point field goal attempts11—at Philadelphia 76ersMay 11, 1990Three-point field goal attempts, half9firstvs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Three-point field goal attempts11—at Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Three-point field goal attempts11—at Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Three-point field goal attempts11—at Portland TrailPortland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Free throws made, none missed12-12—vs. Cleveland CavaliersApril 28, 1988Free throws made, one missed16-17—vs. Los Angeles LakersApril 28, 1988Free throws made, one missed16-17—vs. Los Angeles LakersApril 28, 1988FreeNew York KnicksMay 29, 199323—vs. New York KnicksMay 14, 1989Free throws made, half14secondvs. Detroit PistonsMay 28, 1990Free throws made, quarter13thvs. New Jersey NetsApril 24, 199828—vs. New York KnicksMay 14, 1989Free throw attempts, half17secondvs. May 14, 1989Free throw attempts, quarter 14thvs. Detroit PistonsMay 21, 1991Free throw attempts, overtime5—vs. April 24, 1998Rebounds19—vs. Philadelphia 76ersMay 14, 1991Offensive rebounds8—vs. May 21, 1992Defensive rebounds15—vs. Philadelphia 76ersMay 14, 1991Assists14—vs. New York KnicksJune 2, 1993Steals6—vs. New York KnicksMay 13, 1989Steals6—vs. Detroit PistonsMay 15, 1988Steals6—vs. Philadelphia 76ersMay 16, 1990Steals6—at New York KnicksApril 30, 1991Blocked shots5—at Detroit PistonsMay 25, 1991Turnovers8—vs. Detroit PistonsJune 2, 1989Turnovers8—at Orlando MagicMay 7, 1995Minutes played (3 OT)57—at Detroit PistonsSuns, PhoenixJune 13, 1993

NBA Finals[edit]

StatHighHalf/QuarterOpponentDatePoints55—vs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Points per quarter22 secondsvs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Field goal percentage15-18 (. 833)—vs. Los Angeles LakersJune 5, 1991Field goals scored21—vs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Field goals scored, half14thvs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Field goals scored, half14thvs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Field goals scored, quarter9secondvs. Phoenix SunsJune 16, 1993Field goal attempts (3 overtime)43—vs. Utah JazzJune 13, 1997Field goal attempts, first quarter13vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 19923-point field goals made6—vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 19923-point field goal attempts10—vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 19923-point field goal attempts10—vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 19923-point field goal attempts10—vs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 19923-point field goal attempts, half10firstvs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 3, 1992Free throws made, no misses11-11—at Seattle SuperSonicsJune 9, 1996Free throws made16—at Portland Trail BlazersJune 12, 1992Free throws made, half10secondvs. Portland Trail BlazersJune 12, 1992Free throws made, half10secondvs. Utah JazzJune 4, 1997Free throws made, quarter9secondvs. Utah JazzJune 11, 1997Free throw attempts21—vs. Utah JazzJune 4, 1997Free throw attempts, half15secondvs. Utah JazzJune 11, 1997Free throw attempts21—vs. Utah JazzJune 4, 1997Attempts at free throws, quarter 12thvs. Utah JazzJune 4, 1997Rebounds13—vs. Utah JazzJune 4, 1997Offensive rebounds5—against the Phoenix SunsJune 11, 1993Defensive rebounds10—against the Utah JazzJune 13, 1997Assists13—against the Utah JazzLos Angeles LakersJune 5, 1991Assists13—vs. Los Angeles LakersJune 9, 1991Steals5—vs. Phoenix SunsJune 9, 1993Blocked shots2—six timesTurnovers6—vs. Los Angeles LakersJune 12, 1991Minutes played (3 OT)57—vs. Phoenix SunsJune 13, 1993

Career highs against opponents[edit]

*Jordan scored 50 points twice against the Milwaukee Bucks, the most recent of which is listed
**Jordan scored 45 points twice against the Seattle SuperSonics, the most recent of which is listed

Milestones[edit]

MilestoneGameDateAgeCareer games40-point game against every Eastern Conference team*41 at Milwaukee Bucks December 12, 198623 years, 298 days50-point game against every Eastern Conference team*52 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers December 17, 198724 years, 303 daysMiami HeatApril 1, 199027 years, 43 days40 points against every NBA team40 vs. Washington BulletsFebruary 19, 199128 years, 2 days50 points against every Eastern Conference team**56 vs. Miami Heat (PO)April 29, 199229 years, 72 days1,000 points35 vs. Denver NuggetsJanuary 14, 198521 years, 332 days382,000 points38 vs. Los Angeles LakersJanuary 14, 198521 years, 332 days382,000 points38 vs. Indiana PacersMarch 26, 198522 years, 37 days733,000 points48 vs. Boston CelticsNovember 14, 198623 years, 270 days1084,000 points43 vs. Chicago BullsNovember 14, 198623 years, 270 days1084,000 points43 vs. Houston RocketsJanuary 15, 198723 years, 332 days1345,000 points49 at Philadelphia 76ersMarch 11, 198724 years, 22 days1616,000 points33 vs. Atlanta HawksNovember 20, 198724 years, 276 days1907,000 points36 vs. New York KnicksNovember 20, 198724&Golden State WarriorsJanuary 23, 198824 years, 340 days2208,000 points49 vs. Philadelphia 76ersMarch 23, 198825 years, 35 days2489,000 points26 at Los Angeles ClippersNovember 23, 198825 years, 280 days27510,000 points33 vs. Detroit PistonsApril 7, 198926&nbPortland Trail BlazersFebruary 23, 199027 years, 6 days39814,000 points22 at Detroit PistonsApril 22, 199027 years, 64 days42715,000 points40 at Philadelphia 76ersJanuary 9, 199127 years, 326 days46016,000 points22 vs. Atlanta HawksMarch 20,Detroit PistonsApril 19, 199229 years, 62 days58920,000 points35 vs. Milwaukee BucksJanuary 8, 199329 years, 326 days62021,000 points34 vs. Detroit PistonsApril 19, 199229 years, 62 days58920,000 points35 vs. Minnesota TimberwolvesMarch 23, 199330 years, 34 days65122,000 points42 vs. Charlotte HornetsNovember 13, 199532 years, 269 days23,000 points48 at Philadelphia 76ersJanuary 13, 199632 years, 330 days24,000 points38 at Philadelphia 76ersMarch 18, 199633 yearCharlotte HornetsFebruary 11, 199727,000 points29 vs. Orlando MagicNovember 5, 199728,000 points20 at Philadelphia 76ersJanuary 15, 199834 years, 332 days29,000 points41 at Minnesota TimberwolvesApril 3, 199835 years, 45 days30,000 points29 vs. Sacramento KingsApril 3, 199835 years, 45 daysChicago BullsJanuary 4, 200238 years, 321 days31,000 points14 vs. Portland Trail BlazersDecember 10, 200239 years, 296 days32,000 points24 at Golden State WarriorsMarch 23, 200340 years, 34 days32,000 points24 at Golden State WarriorsMarch 23, 200340 years,

*Excluding the Washington Bullets
**During the expansion era, including the Washington Bullets

NBA regular season leader[edit]

  • Scoring in the following seasons. 1987 (37. 1), 1988 (35. 0), 1989 (32. 5), 1990 (33. 6), 1991 (31. 5), 1992 (30. 1), 1993 (32. 6), 1996 (30. 4), 1997 (29. 6), and 1998 (28. 7)
  • 1988 (3. 2), 1990 (2. 8), and 1993 (2. 8) steals per game
  • Field goals were scored in the following seasons. 1987 (1,098), 1988 (1,069), 1989 (966), 1990 (1,034), 1991 (990), 1992 (943), 1993 (992), 1996 (916), 1997 (920), and 1998 (881)
  • 1987 (2,279), 1988 (1,998), 1990 (1,964), 1991 (1,837), 1992 (1,818), 1993 (2,003), 1996 (1,850), 1997 (1,892), 1998 (1,893)
  • Made free throws in two seasons. 1987 (833), 1988 (723)
  • 1987 (972) free throw attempts (1 season)
  • Points (11 seasons). 1985 (2,313), 1987 (3,041), 1988 (2,868), 1989 (2,633), 1990 (2,753), 1991 (2,580), 1992 (2,404), 1993 (2,541), 1996 (2,491), 1997 (2,431), 1998 (2,357)
  • 1988 (259), 1990 (227), and 1993 (221) were all seasons with steals
  • Minutes played during three seasons. 1987 (3,281), 1988 (3,311), and 1989 (3,255)
  • Games played. 1985 (82), 1987 (82), 1990 (82), 1991 (82), and 1998 (82)
  • Jordan appeared in all 82 games for his team in nine different seasons

Other notes[edit]

  • Jordan led the league in scoring in 700 regular-season games
  • Jordan led the team in scoring in 867 regular-season games
  • Jordan led the Bulls in scoring in 793 regular-season games
  • Percentage of team's points, career. . 290 (32,292/111,541)
  • Highest percentage of team's points, game. . 602 (56/93), March 24, 1987 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
  • Jordan appeared in 1072 regular-season games throughout his career

* Including ties

50-point games[edit]

NumberDateOpponentBox ScorePointsField goals3 ptFree throwsAssistsReboundsStealsBlocksNotesVideo1 (Playoffs)April 20, 1986at Boston CelticsL 131–1356322–410–019–216532First Round, Game 2
106-1035015-310-020-223643Opening night3January 8, 1987vs. Portland Trail BlazersW 121-1175320-340-013-1654324February 26, 1987vs. New Jersey NetsW 128-1135816-250-026-27383237 minutes5March 4, 1987at Detroit PistonsW 125-1206122-390-017-183733Overtime6March 24, 1987vs. Philadelphia 76ersW 93-915622-320-112-1537807April 12, 1987vs. Chicago BullsW 93-915622-320-112-1537807Indiana PacersW 116-955319-270-015-1884428April 13, 1987vs. Milwaukee BucksW 114-1075016-310-118-2249439April 16, 1987vs. Atlanta HawksL 114-1176122-380-317-211104110December 17, 1987vs. Chicago BullsW 114-1075016-310-118-2249439Cleveland CavaliersL 96-1045221-340-210-12382312March 18, 1988vs. Portland Trail BlazersW 111-1005220-310-012-12634111February 26, 1988vs. Boston CelticsW 113-1035019-321-211-11955113April 3, 1988vs. Detroit PistonsW 112-1105921-270-117-19642214 (Playoffs)April 28, 1988vs. Cleveland CavaliersW 104-935019-350-012-122722First Round, Game 115 (Playoffs)May 1, 1988vs. Cleveland CavaliersW 104-935019-350-012-122722Cleveland CavaliersW 106-1015524-450-07-73641First Round, Game 216November 9, 1988vs. Boston CelticsW 110-1045218-332-414-16239217November 16, 1988vs. Philadelphia 76ersL 110-1235224-290-14-4194218November 26, 1988vs. Denver NuggetsL 123-1285219-273-511-147111019January 21, 1989vs. Milwaukee BucksW 117-1165016-261-217-18583021 (Playoffs)May 5, 1989vs. Cleveland CavaliersL 105-1085014-280-122-274330First Round, Game 422November 3, 1989vs. Los Angeles LakersW 117-1165016-261-217-18583021Cleveland CavaliersW 124-1195419-3111-215-1761431
Overtime23December 20, 1989at Orlando MagicL 109–1105220–372–310–10754024March 28, 1990at Cleveland CavaliersW 117–1136923–372–621–2361841Career highs in pts & reb
First Round, Game 328November 20, 1992 at Los Angeles LakersL 118-1205421-391-211-1471313Overtime29December 23, 1992 vs. Denver NuggetsW 116-1035018-312-312-13663027 (Playoffs)April 29, 1992 at Miami HeatW 119-1145620-300-016-185542Orlando MagicL 124-1286427-491-59-111650Overtime31March 12, 1993vs. Washington BulletsW 107-985722-376-87-81023130January 16, 1993vs. New York KnicksW 105-955418-306-912-142621Conf. May 31, 1993 vs. Charlotte HornetsW 123-1085221-352-48-9592132 (Playoffs)Finals, Game 4
NBA Finals, Game 434 March 28, 1995 at the New York KnicksW 113-1115521-373-410-11241039 minutes35 March 7, 1996 vs. Phoenix SunsW 111-1055521-370-113-184800November 6, 1996 at Miami HeatW 106-1005018-331-213-14061137 January 21, 1997 vs. New York KnicksW 88-875118-305-810-11442038 (Playoffs)April 27, 1997 vs. Detroit PistonsW 102-815321-282-49-102116038 minutes36First Round, Game 239. ngày 29 tháng 12 năm 2001 so với. Charlotte HornetsW 107-905121-380-29-10473038 tuổi Washington BulletsW 109-1045522-351-210-102720
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