Jordan retired after the 93 season due to his dream to play Baseball. He came back during the 1995 season wearing number 45. After 3-peating a second time he felt his time was up along with his coach (Phil Jackson) moving to Los Angeles and retired a 2nd time in 1998. Jordan returned to the NBA in 2001 to prove he still had it. Indeed he did taking a downed Wizards team to the playoffs. Jordan's final game was in April 2003. He would retire a third and final time at age 40.
Michael Jordan once retired in 1993 because of citing a loss of desire to play the game and he later stated the murder of his Father Michael Jordan Sr. earlier in the year shaped his decision. But in 1995 Michael Jordan went back in the league.
In 1999 with Phil Jackson's contract expiring, and the pending departure of Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman looming, and being in the latter stages of an owner- induced of lockout player, Jordan retired for the second time. In 2000 Jordan went back in the NBA not as a player but as the part owner and Presidentials of Basketball Operations of the Washington Wizards. In 2001 Michael Jordan announced for his professional play with the Wizards.
And in 2003 Jordan announce his third retirement and that was his last retirement.
Michael Jordan retired for the second time because he had a small penis
Because he played 2 times for the bulls and once for the wizards
because he got to be 40 years old
Because he is old
his dad died
1993 just saying
Michael Jordan would win because he was the best player to ever play in the NBA. And Larry Bird has been picked 3 times for the best player three times. Michael Jordan has been it 5 times
Three times because he played 2 times for the bulls and once for the wizards
Kobe Bryant played Michael Jordan 8 times. Four when Jordan was a bull, four as a wizard
michael Jordan did Michael Jordan did it 5 times
michael jordan was setback a few times, height, not making varsity team, etc.
Michael Jordan led the bulls to the NBA championships six times. From 1991 to 1993 and 1996 to 1998.
Michael Jordan won 6 championships as a player for the Chicago Bulls.