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Mainly shooting guard, but occasionally used at the point or small forward.
to play Basketball
Yes Michael Jordan was the first african-american to play basketball
I did, when he was a child i inspired him to play basketball
No. 3 pick by the Chicago Bulls. Played for them from the 1984-85 season to the 1992-93 season during which he led the Bulls to three straight titles from 1991 to 1993. After '93, he retired to play baseball in the midst of the murder of his father, James Jordan. Came back in time for the tail end of the '95 season on March 19, 1995 in a nationally televised against the Indiana Pacers. Shot 7 of 28 and scored 19 points. In his fith game, he dropped 55 points on the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. The Bulls lost in the semifinals that year in the playoffs 4 games to 2 to the Orlando Magic. Played from the 1995-96 season to the 1997-98 season and successfully led them to a second three-peat of titles. Retired in January 1999. Came back yet again in 2001, but this time he laced up for the Washington Wizards after serving in their office for a couple of years prior to that. Formally retired in 2003 and is now the VP of operations for the Charlotte Bobcats.