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The Greatest All-Around Players In NBA History

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4 – Michael Jordan

This might come as a bit of a surprise to a few but Michael Jordan is indeed an all-around player. What could be more puzzling is why the GOAT is at number four. Well, the players from number three down to one have more balanced games. This is no knock on MJ though because he is still freaking Michael Jeffrey Jordan for crying out loud. Michael’s numbers shine brightest in the points category and he’s also very popular for being a vicious defender, but his passing game is also an area that needs to be noticed. With all the attention that’s being given to him and the effort that he’s been putting up in scoring and defending, it’s amazing how he still manages to be a career 5.3 per game passer and it only goes to show the level of mental toughness that he’s on. His Airness’ most balanced season in terms of his numbers could very well be in 1988-1989 where he averaged 32.5 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists, and 2.9 steals.

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