Michael Jordan was a basketball legend who won six NBA Championships and six NBA Finals MVP during his time with Chicago Bulls. Since retiring in 2003, Michael Jordan's net worth has continued to increase, and currently, the former American professional basketball player is worth more than the worth of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi combined.
LeBron James is one of the biggest names in the sport, his NBA success since 2003 having made him one of the greatest basketball players of all time. His career highlights include four NBA Championships, four NBA MVP awards including three with different franchises, making him the only player to have done so, four NBA Finals MVP awards and two Olympic gold medals.
Many basketball stars and other sports icons have continued to mourn the tragic death of Lakers’ Legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna on Sunday morning. Michael Jordan, widely regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time, has issued a statement on Bryant’s death. “I am in shock over the tragic news of Kobe’s and Gianna’s passing. Words can’t describe the pain I’m feeling,” wrote Jordan, who won six NBA Championships with the Chicago Bulls. “I loved Kobe – he was li
Basketball has been a sport that can boost a player’s fame and wealth alike. The National Basketball Association (NBA), apart from being a platform for competitive Basketball, has also been a huge source of income for players. The overall net worth of a few players participating in NBA has risen to some unimaginable numbers, not only due to their earnings on court, but also the brand that they have become out of it. The brand value for the names like Michael Jordan needs no new mention. Players attaining top
Michael Jordan is the kind of celebrity that doesn’t need any introduction. His unparalleled accomplishments and hard work have turned him into one of the most impactful players to ever grace the court. He is a living legend. In April this year, ESPN and Netflix have released a sports documentary called 'The Last Dance'. The miniseries revolves around Michael Jordan’s career with the Chicago Bulls. It depicts everything from the great effort, hard work and dedication that led MJ and his team to winning six
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant has reportedly been confirmed dead after an helicoper crash in Calabasas on the morning of Sunday, January 26th. May his soul rest in peace. Kobe is regarded as one of the greatest basketball players of all time as he led the Lakers to five NBA Championships. The death of Kobe comes just days after current Lakers star player LeBron James passed him on the NBA all-time scoring list. Kobe is regarded as an ambassador of basketball across the world and helped spread the ga
As the curtain draws on a legendary career, we ask an important question: What if Kobe had chosen football over basketball? To frame his achievements and attributes in footballing terms, we’ve compared Kobe’s highlights on and off the court to his soccer counterparts… He Would Be a One-Club Man Like Ryan Giggs After entering the NBA as a teenager directly from high school, Kobe holds the NBA record for the most seasons with the same team (20). In that time, he's won 5 NBA Championships (including th
10. Larry Bird At position 10th of the 10 NBA Playoffs top scorers of all time, we meet Hall of Famer and former 1992 dream team member, Larry Bird. A legend of the sport and a three consecutive times MVP Award winner, Bird was constantly playing the playoffs with the Celtics, amassing twelve trips to that round, winning three NBA Championships and scoring 3,897 points, averaging 23.8 points per game (PPG, from here on). Bird’s best playoff when it comes to points was in 1983-83 when the Celtics won the c