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What They Won't Tell You In The Bulls Documentary

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  • Operation: Fatherhood
    Operation: Fatherhood Year ago +4742

    2 points:
    1. This is so well-researched.
    2. I don't get tired of watching documentaries on Jordan.

    • Rais
      Rais Month ago

      Most points record BROKEN

    • F30 416
      F30 416 2 months ago

      As good as MJ was on offensive, he won defensive player of the year (LBJ has never), he was a steals leader 3 seasons (LBJ 0), he was selected All Defensive 1st team 9 seasons (LBJ 5), and he averaged more career steals and the same amount of blocks as LBJ… Yet people say LBJ is better “all around” cuz he has a couple more assists per game 😂 ya fucking right

    • F30 416
      F30 416 2 months ago

      @karnvir bhangu Mj is still miles ahead… MJ played 15 seasons TOTAL. Lebron is on his 20th season and still going… It took Lebron a longer career to accomplish less finals wins, less scoring titles, less defensive player of the year, less season MVP, less finals MVP, 9 LESS SCORING TITLES (MJ had 10, LBJ has 1)… I can go on for DAYS. Nobody in the history of basketball will be as good as MJ its a once in a lifetime talent. LBJ is once in a generation…

    • The Don
      The Don 11 months ago +1

      It's crazy because there is no other athlete I watch these types of videos on, this much....I also watched this when it was released; I'm watching it again....Gold

  • Da Harman's & Whatnot
    Da Harman's & Whatnot Year ago +1044

    My favorite MJ moment is when he dunked on a 6'1 John Stockton and a fan yelled "pick on someone your own size!" So then MJ dunked on a 7 foot center and yelled back "is that big enough for you??"
    Gosh I love him and his psychotic skills. If only I was alive during his career and I could watch him live, his highlights can't compare to watching him live on TV or I can't imagine in person

    • Bret Collins
      Bret Collins 3 days ago

      It wasn’t Stockton. It was Starks.

    • TheSheeplesShepherd
      TheSheeplesShepherd 15 days ago

      Remember when Lebron willed his team to beat the warriors after being down 3-1 then proclaimed himself the GOAT… heh 😏 Jordan literally did that 6 times apart from the fact that Jordan was great enough to never need to come back from 3-1. Also as great as Lebroni was in that series… I’m sorry that was the greatest ch ch ch ch choke of all time and would have never happened if Draymond wasn’t suspended for game 5. He caught a team literally bored of winning. That series simulated a thousand times and the warriors sweep more times than the Cavs win period.

    • Dis Dihh
      Dis Dihh 27 days ago

      Both were unathletic yt guys

    • someasiankid
      someasiankid 28 days ago

      I wanna see it

    • T S
      T S Month ago

      Which game?

  • Hull Style Productions Change the World

    I remember watching M. J. Play on tv. The greatest feeling is when the Bulls theme song would start to play, giving me cold chills. I can only imagine being there in person. Without a doubt is he not only the G.O.A.T. of basketball ball, but the most exciting athlete of all sports.
    Very grateful I at least got to see him play in real time.

    • Old Ben Kenobi
      Old Ben Kenobi 28 days ago

      @Bully-Maguire69 Is your only argument for Lebron being better is that he makes his teammates better? Well how come when Jordan was gone playing baseball for a few years Pipen and the bulls didn’t win a single championship? Then Jordan comes back and they go and get another 3-peat. It’s also easier to have more assists when you play way longer like Lebron.

    • Christopher Jones
      Christopher Jones 3 months ago

      My Dad and I used to go to games at the old Chicago Stadium after a pregame ritual at Tufanos. I will never forget looking thru the lights and the cigarette smoke in the upper deck as MJ weaved around everybody and made the whole place rock. Seeing him on the eisenhower in his Chevy Blazer with "RIZE 23" on the plates. I have never seen anything like it and likely will never see it again. Unforgettable player and memories. Thankful my Dad took me to watch greatness.

    • Primus2004
      Primus2004 4 months ago

      Me too. I’ve never been a huge basketball fan and never played competitively. But I remember watching every bull playoff game with friends in the early mid 90’s. I even specifically remember watching Rodman kick the camera dude. Not sure if that was a playoff game tho…. And yes, space jam got watched a million times.

    • learningJSLive
      learningJSLive 7 months ago

      Jordan is better at freethrows, defense, scoring, handling, mid-range. Born couldn’t make half the plays in this highlight reel.

    • Diver Dave
      Diver Dave 8 months ago

      I am NOT a basketball fan BUT I was given free tickets to see the Bulls 8 times . It was the Greatest Show on Earth to hear that song and watch the crowd go CRAZY ! Yes it looked good on TV but it was 1000 times better in person . Mike is the GOAT

  • Rahiem Thomas
    Rahiem Thomas Year ago +249

    For those who were alive to witness Michael Jordan in the 80s & 90s, you experienced something extremely rare & special... and for those growing up in the Jordan Era (like me), you had an awesome childhood...👊🏾💪🏾👑

    • 2Hot2Handle
      2Hot2Handle Month ago

      Almost as special as watching Lebron. Too bad he wasn’t given a perfectly suited team to play with like MJ with the Bulls and weak competition around the league

    • Christopher Jones
      Christopher Jones 3 months ago

      @doubleGi That was me too. Shoveling the snow so I can still shoot and play. I was fortunate to grow up watching him at the chicago stadium with my Dad. You are right. He was inspiring on so many levels. Anything was possible and now older I can look back and feel grateful that I was able to watch greatness.

    • Christopher Jones
      Christopher Jones 3 months ago

      @MrFraiche I worked for the Cavs when they tied this record in Cleveland as an intern in college. Fortunate to watch the "What time is it, gametime!" In the tunnel before they went out on the court. Guy was amazing and the comparisons to modern players don"t seem close. He was the greatest athlete of all time in my opinion. Walter Payton was close but there was no comparison to what MJ did. And most of his career was with the Bulls. He didn't go to a super team like they do today.

    • MrFraiche
      MrFraiche 9 months ago +3

      @doubleGi The 72-10 season didn’t even feel real. You thought the NBA was the Michael Jordan Show. He literally felt like a protagonist of a TV series and not a competing athlete. That’s how dominant he was.

    • Zack
      Zack 11 months ago +1

      I mean shit I've grown up with Lebron, Kobe, Ronaldo, Messi, Ovechkin, Jeter, and many others.

  • Chris Kavanagh
    Chris Kavanagh 2 years ago +916

    12:21 How Jordan got up and walked after that fall is beyond comprehension.

    • Holden Mizack
      Holden Mizack 4 months ago

      @𝑮Ø𝑫 It's both

    • DEBBY
      DEBBY 6 months ago

      @John Russel Santos built different

    • 𝑮Ø𝑫
      𝑮Ø𝑫 7 months ago

      @zach You must be slow? if Genes doesn't play a factor then Women would be able to be like Jordan on the basketball court but we ALL know that is simply physically impossible lmao, facts are facts, get your knowledge up.

    • 𝑮Ø𝑫
      𝑮Ø𝑫 7 months ago

      @Raven Cash People have different motor skills, Everybody has a different brain structure and everyone has their own specific gene pool information code. it's like WAYYYY deeper than training alone. Training just amplify whatever it is you are already naturally gifted at, and not everyone is NOT talented at basketball no matter how HARD you try, if it's not in your genes then you just don't got what it takes in that specific field period.

  • D Wnright
    D Wnright 7 months ago +29

    I saw MJ in April 91 @ MSG, he was off the scale. I could write a small book about that night. I went early & walked down from hotel, even 20+ blocks away the streets were lined with people trying to buy tickets. he was a sensation unlike anything you can imagine. even an hour before the game the electricity in the air was intense. like The Beatles, never to be repeated.

  • The Tabletop Alliance
    The Tabletop Alliance 2 years ago +6878

    This is by far the best basketball channel on Clip-Share. Well researched, and well presented. Keep up the great work!

    • Og Loc
      Og Loc 2 months ago

      He’s good but he sucks at math sometimes. Mj averaged 39.8 against Cleveland in 89, you might say oh well close enough to just call it 40 BUT this guy is going into decimal points with the other series. Like seriously calculators exist and this guy makes math errors ALL the time

    • Bip Blop Blap
      Bip Blop Blap 7 months ago

      @james carter pn

    • Chota Bambala
      Chota Bambala 8 months ago


    • J C
      J C 9 months ago


    • I Gave Lia HIV
      I Gave Lia HIV 9 months ago

      that would be bballbreakdown

  • Nathan Soper
    Nathan Soper 2 years ago +77

    With regards to the 3pt shooting, MJ would have played college and HS ball without a 3pt line and when he was drafted it had only been there for 5 years in the NBA. Mordern players were all born into an era where the 3 pt line existed at all levels, but also had the benefit of coaches who had used them extensively, none of which would have been available to Jordan.

    • Tha Kaptin
      Tha Kaptin 6 months ago +3

      Yeah. He resisted even adding the 3 point shot to his game because he said it could make him settle for 3 if he knew he’d make it instead of being aggressive and that would effect his overall play on both sides of the ball.

    • TKDBoy1889
      TKDBoy1889 6 months ago +11

      @nico True, and Jordan said so himself. He believed in driving to the paint, and the philosophy back then was 3-pointers were made as a last ditch effort if the shot clock was running down. Of course to silence the critics he once landed 6 3-pointers in the first half, just to prove he could if he really wanted to.

    • nico
      nico 7 months ago +11

      Jordan is such a complete athlete, I don’t think he would have any problem making the three-pointer in today’s NBA. The 3pt shot just wasn’t something that you practiced as much in Jordan’s era.

  • Daniel DeVito
    Daniel DeVito 17 days ago

    Jordan's breaking of the backboard is the most impressive one I've ever seen. Not only did he make it away clean, but he rained glass down on 2 opponents.

  • Bryan Elam
    Bryan Elam Year ago +47

    Your channel is crazy unique, badass!! I've been a Jordan fan since the UNC days and this is full of info I never would have dreamed of! I became a full believer after the backboard break dunk, I'd never seen or heard of it! You are awesome!!

  • Jason Wiercinski
    Jason Wiercinski 2 years ago +295

    This due diligence further cements MJ's status as the the best ever.

    • De Armas
      De Armas 11 months ago +1

      @Gallusro I dont "think" hes a casual.

    • Gallusro
      Gallusro 11 months ago +3

      @De Armas 😂😂 why do u think he’s a casual?

    • De Armas
      De Armas Year ago

      @Doodee Man wrong again, little boy.

    • Doodee Man
      Doodee Man Year ago +5

      @De Armas oh my bad I meant Steph Curry posters

    • De Armas
      De Armas Year ago

      @Doodee Man huh? Nope.
      Nice try though, casual.

  • E  K
    E K Year ago +10

    Very much appreciate the clearly large amount of effort and energy that you put into these videos. Not only the cool and interesting facts that I find out but you just do a good job in general. you make it fun and don't spam us with nonsense

  • Andrew Supangkat
    Andrew Supangkat 2 years ago +1287

    damn, he led the league in scoring on all 6 seasons he won championships. that's greatness

    • jeck
      jeck Month ago

      @wloonie you sound like jerry kraus lmao

    • Samih Tameez
      Samih Tameez Month ago

      @Chey Heyway They had like 10 teams back then, so the amount of championships he won is irrelevant, because he was facing like half the competition

    • Mazakitz29TV
      Mazakitz29TV 10 months ago

      because he is the one who always get the ball

    • CozyReacts
      CozyReacts 11 months ago

      @φιλοσοφία so he passed the ball to himself damn Jordan was the only Nîgga on the court damn 1v5

    • CozyReacts
      CozyReacts 11 months ago

      @Eli Tuco I mean Jordan ain’t make it out first round with scottie so he kind of has a point

  • SG P
    SG P Year ago +15

    Respect bro as a longtime fan of the game I really appreciate the effort and work you put into videos like these. TY!

  • Lee Brandt
    Lee Brandt Year ago +23

    Great video man. Only one fact was a little misleading: in 95-97 seasons, the 3pt line was shortened to 22 feet, and that's why Jordan had a higher average at that time. The moment the line was pushed back to 23+, his average went back down

    • V1nce Admiral
      V1nce Admiral 7 months ago +5

      Also, Reggie shot 42% with way more attempts KD was young same for Harden, and D-wade in his last or second last season dame shot way more with only 4% less. And your point is also true almost all of these players would've averaged way more percentage and shots made.

  • Beef Cheese
    Beef Cheese Year ago +6

    Your videos are awesome! I love how precise the numbers are and that you make graphs to visually show percentages. The most interesting fact was for sure the scoring titles. Thank you for such interesting and well researched content with so much footage. Keep it coming. We'll keep watching! Peace and love!

  • Travels with Systems
    Travels with Systems 2 years ago +159

    WoW I never saw MJ shatter a glass backboard. He did it with one hand and so graceful at that. GOAT😠

    • jsn23nc
      jsn23nc 2 months ago +2

      @Argenteux lol you are on drugs if you think Spurs would even make the Finals if they played in the 90s

    • Jorge Edgardo
      Jorge Edgardo 2 months ago

      Shaq is the GOAT, he broke more backboards than Jordan 😤

    • Cordova
      Cordova 4 months ago +1

      Backboards back then we’re weak ash, still deserves props since that’s not an every day thing

    • Argenteux
      Argenteux 10 months ago

      @When Is dinner Mavs? Maybe I'll give him that. Spurs? Hell no. Suns? On one leg and at 36 years old? I doubt it.

    • Damon Irwin
      Damon Irwin 11 months ago +1

      The backboard spring snapping the rim back up suddenly snapped the backboard.

  • Chuck Norman
    Chuck Norman 9 months ago +4

    I lived in Utah in 97 and 98. Jordan has ripped our hearts out a few times. He was one bad man.

  • Andrei Barbu
    Andrei Barbu 2 years ago +786

    I respect you a lot for being a LeBron fan and still being highly objective when it comes to anything related to basketball. Also, mad respect for the fact that you are a dying breed of people who created arguments around data and analysis, and not fanboyism and opinions. Respect.

    • Jesse Jordache
      Jesse Jordache 8 months ago +2

      As a Lebron fan who thinks MJ is the greatest player ever, I was just impressed at all the #2's Lebron has in advanced stats. "See, he really is that good! Jordan is better but, c'mon."

    • Negotiating Reality
      Negotiating Reality 9 months ago +1

      MJ was the man, but LeBron is so much fun to dunk with on 2k...and Lebron is as good in real life. Insane physical specimen.

    • Saber
      Saber 9 months ago +3

      @Gemil Lopez yeah that’s true Jordan really was a different obsessive beast

    • Saber
      Saber 9 months ago

      Why is him being a LeBron fan a breakthrough? Am I missing something brother?

  • pj wright
    pj wright Year ago +2

    Incredible vid made. True greatness. The leading the league in scoring when winning a title really is crazy but also kinda not. His teams were perfectly built for him to do just that at a time he was without a doubt the best scorer.

  • Jacobus Veeger
    Jacobus Veeger Year ago +1

    I don't watch basketball, don't know anything about it but the level of detail and the production of these videos just make them incredible to watch and therefor generate more fans. Great work!

  • Kiss The Cook TV
    Kiss The Cook TV Year ago +1

    Probably won’t happen but I really hope someday that they will reconcile. I love MJ and Pippen and everything Bulls back in the 90s.

  • LBO
    LBO Month ago

    Can’t get enough MJ. Always learning something new.

  • Michael Thompson
    Michael Thompson Year ago +6

    Someone please send this to Shannon Sharpe and Nick Wright. This video alone would have saved me so many debates and arguments with friends and strangers. Great jobs and work to it’s author🙌🏾

  • KingKenz
    KingKenz 2 years ago +261

    For me Jxmy is one of those Clip-Sharers in when he doesn’t upload for a month u can tolerate that because u know he puts so much hard work and dedication into his craft.He says things that nobody says

  • John Dillinger
    John Dillinger Year ago

    This was an excellent video. Really enjoyed it. I don't know if you came across it, but you look into Jordan's rookie contract and his pay with the Bulls. It's another interesting angle into the man Jordan is.

  • Jakubs86
    Jakubs86 2 years ago +1

    Would have been cool to hear other facts about the players featured in the documentary but some of these were really wild. Awesome content.

  • Peace Maker
    Peace Maker Month ago

    As time goes by there's just more reasons on why Jordan is truly the goat. Greatness personified. A man who set the bar so high not even LeBron could do more than what he did not just for himself, or his team, but the entire sport of basketball. There's people all over the world who know who MJ is, but don't even know who Kevin Garnett is.

  • Tanya Jackson
    Tanya Jackson 9 months ago +2

    I think all your videos are awesome MJ was such a great player I'm so happy he played for the Bulls I'm from Chicago and enjoyed every minute of it he never took games off you always got a show and when you went to the Stadium or United Center you got your money's worth even at all the parades so I'm always impressed by any stats he has cause I watched in amazement since he was drafted by Bulls I first watched him in the 84 Olympics he was great then so couldn't wait to see on Bulls

  • Cheezts
    Cheezts Year ago +103

    I feel like there weren’t enough episodes of the last dance
    This is just what I needed

  • Deezel Kane
    Deezel Kane 2 years ago +318

    Literally the quickest 14 minutes of my life. Jimmys always with the quality.

    • profyle766
      profyle766 2 years ago +1

      No jokE!!! the history of Michael and the bulls is Insanely Incredible, i remember those years, watched a couple
      of games but was out clubbing etc....those was teenager years 4 me, now i can at least appreciate the history
      of the LEGEND!!
      Very well put together!!!

    • Nathan Davis
      Nathan Davis 2 years ago +2

      For real. I didn't realize it until I read your comment lol.

    • CGR
      CGR 2 years ago +2

      @Maxmillian200HP I imagine it takes a lot of time and work to put out videos of this quality

    • Maxmillian200HP
      Maxmillian200HP 2 years ago +4

      Right I don't mind if he puts out only 1 or 2 videos a month when they are this damn good.

  • Gerard Regorgo
    Gerard Regorgo 11 months ago +1

    I’m not a huge fan of basketball but when I watch these videos from you, damn. 👌
    Very thorough and very well researched and presented. Gj bro

  • Mike Nichols
    Mike Nichols 9 months ago +5

    I've seen a few of your videos and love your obscure stats! I'm a Bulls (MJ) fan so this was extra special. Keep up the great work!

  • T.T.
    T.T. Year ago +1

    Been my favorite basketball yt channel for YEARS for a reason. You’ve taught me a lot of history over the years and ever since middle school I’ve been watching your videos. Keep up the great content I love the way your head breaks down numbers✊🏼 hella 🅿️

  • BK Truth!
    BK Truth! 2 years ago +4

    Sooo glad I grew up watching His Airness! He was OTHERWORLDLY! It did indeed look like he was playing with boys. The NBA’s collective self-image improved immensely once he finally walked away. FACTS

  • CinAMaddict
    CinAMaddict Year ago +72

    disclaimer: the three point line was closer (22 feet instead of 23.9) between 94-97 if. he shot .50, .43, and .37 during those years and then 23.8 the year they changed it back (97-98 season). The highest he shot at the current three point distance is 37.6% in 1989 on 3 attempts per game.

    • anthony freeman
      anthony freeman 3 months ago +3

      After being the highest box plus minus, Ave 40 or more in several playoff series. You talked about a the 3 point %. MJ is the GOAT by a mile.

    • Laz Tejodiste
      Laz Tejodiste 9 months ago +2

      @Ian Burns yep, reggie was like steph curry, constant motion and quick screen threes.

    • Ian Burns
      Ian Burns 9 months ago

      @Tim Thielke I guarantee you were getting a jersey grab or a slap on your follow through that wasn't getting called in the 90s.

    • Tim Thielke
      Tim Thielke 9 months ago +1

      ​In 91, he was 10-26 over 17 games.
      So he had his shot falling at a decent rate for a handful of games for a couple years. I'm sure you could find some similar stretches in the regular season as well amid a trend of shooting far worse. I mean, that's nice and all, but three point shooting remains a weakness of his.
      I don't know why people take it so personally that a player they like was bad at one thing.

    • Tim Thielke
      Tim Thielke 9 months ago +1

      @Ian Burns Watch some videos of the 90s and today. Look at how much space shooters typically had then and now. I guarantee defenders are WAY better at closing out today.
      Ball handling on the perimeter was harder with hand checks, but shooting was way easier before the defensive response to the three point revolution.

  • Diego
    Diego 2 years ago +3024

    Whatever stat you consider, you will always find MJ at the top. UNBELIEVABLE!

    • Jordan Williams
      Jordan Williams 7 months ago


    • Milan954
      Milan954 11 months ago +1

      @Chris M great way to put it 👏

    • Bmore Truthful
      Bmore Truthful Year ago

      @Kale Twist yeah, nobody perfext

    • MattTheDestroyer 1234
      MattTheDestroyer 1234 Year ago

      @mago97615 he still holds the ppg and it wasn't even mj fans who brought him up

    • BlackLight
      BlackLight Year ago

      @MattTheDestroyer 1234 My comment was simply a reply to the original. He is not the top 3pt shooter of all time. Simple.

  • Leo Zhang
    Leo Zhang Year ago +14

    4:34 this just shows how good Isiah Thomas was and how MJ and Isiah had this huge rivalry and probs why Isiah didn't make that dream-team

    • nrxmonk
      nrxmonk 6 months ago +3

      MJ said was pretty adamant that it wasn't him who kept Zeke off the team cuz he for the most part respected his game.

    • Reality Bites
      Reality Bites 11 months ago +1

      Zeke had the better TEAM but MJ averaged 31pts against the Pistons while Zeke only averaged 21pts against the Bulls.

    • Cheeto
      Cheeto 11 months ago +2

      also, a lot of it was when the Piston's were the best team in the east and the Bulls were a fringe playoff team

  • Logical Dude
    Logical Dude Year ago +2

    MJ even made shattering a backboard look artistic and graceful.

  • Ryan G
    Ryan G Year ago

    Your videos are amazing. Well researched and produced. I will also never get tired of your voice. You got me hooked on basketball, basketball highlights and learning about the history and statistics. It all started with the Ball Brothers video 2 years ago. I will also have a soft spot for you and the Balls.

  • Turd Burglar
    Turd Burglar Year ago

    Jimmy puts out the best Basketball docs period. This kid needs a huge deal with someone. I like basketball but I LOVE it when viewed through his lens.

  • mike demayo
    mike demayo Year ago +1

    I grew up watching Jordan and I was still blown away by some of the Facts here!...Very very well done video👏 I really liked this a lot thank you

  • Connor Bonstein
    Connor Bonstein 2 years ago +886

    The trainer watching every single step... That is just nuts. Obsessive. Literally insane. But also absolutely amazing.

    • DeadArmed
      DeadArmed 2 years ago +5

      He got paid what he was worth too

    • Sly Scribe 5
      Sly Scribe 5 2 years ago +7

      That's exactly what MJ needed to get himself to compete as much as he wanted.

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      Philip Bian alcuizar 2 years ago +3


    • Motor City Dre
      Motor City Dre 2 years ago +18

      And that's why he got paid the big bucks. Just his attention to detail is amazing & bc we all know Jordan was a perfectionist.
      When u know your worth, u can demand & get what u want.

    • f m
      f m 2 years ago +39

      I think he wanted to prove to MJ he can be just as dedicated to improvement as he was. Their dedication is unreal.

  • Will
    Will 5 months ago

    Would love it if you continue this series...the best thing i ever saw on Clip-Share❤️

  • Arnie Nelson
    Arnie Nelson Year ago +1

    The First Time I Saw Michael Jordan Play In Chicago 1989. Those Michael Images Of Him Flying Through The Air With A Monster Dunk Are UNFORGETABLE! He Blew The Roof Off The Place!!!!!!!!!!

    • Yes
      Yes Year ago


  • Liam Casey
    Liam Casey Year ago

    Gotta say I absolutely love all your videos man, you're easily my favorite basketball channel on Clip-Share. Love the stuff man, keep it rocking!

  • Eduardo Alegre
    Eduardo Alegre Year ago +8

    Greatest scorer and one of the best defender in history. GOAT!

  • cebuanostud
    cebuanostud Year ago +3

    5:10 I like it how he "took it personally" even to his adoring young fans, while injured in a wheelchair.😁

  • Aizen Taichou
    Aizen Taichou 2 years ago +1319

    Imagine Jxmy vs Shannon Sharpe😂 Jxmy would have Shannon speechless fr, this man goes into more detail than any nba analysts

    • ᴉɯᴉɹ ɐʍɐʞ
      ᴉɯᴉɹ ɐʍɐʞ 2 years ago

      @Storm Shadows he dont listen to anybody. Mans annoying.

    • Sniper T
      Sniper T 2 years ago

      He’s missing some key facts in the video

    • Let’s talk music!
      Let’s talk music! 2 years ago

      Typical Player Nah imagine Jxmy vas Skip Bayless😂😂😂

  • D' MaN
    D' MaN 11 months ago +1

    OMG, Jordan's personal trainer was as sick with performance as MJ itself. Amazing work

    KONSTANTINOS 2382 2 years ago +10

    MJ is a different species than any other player of the game. His greatest achievement through his career and life is Immortality!!!

  • More Cowbell
    More Cowbell 9 months ago

    You should do a video on how Jordan couldn't get to the finals his first 6 years of his career and what enabled to Bulls to do so the following year.

  • JC
    JC Year ago

    And Trevor Bauer of the MLB has taken MJ's training regimen to the next level. He's actually got tests and scores for different things to determine where his body is physically, day-to-day. It's insane

  • Andrew Keneson
    Andrew Keneson 10 months ago +2

    Whenever I tell people MJ is the best I’m going to send them to this video. Great work!

  • Nícolas
    Nícolas 2 years ago +174

    I was born in 96 in Brazil and grew up knowing that Michael Jordan was the greatest basketball player of all time and cheering for the Bulls without ever watching a NBA game. That's how far his legacy went. I just finished watching this amazing documentary and a lot of times I found myself shouting out and jumping with decisives points that the Bulls made throughout his carrer, that's how well edited this series is. I don't watch NBA games, I just follow some of the results and yet I found this one of the best TV series ever. Michael Jordan is definitely one of the greatest athletes to ever live in this planet.

    • felipe qp
      felipe qp 2 years ago +2

      @Arfen Malik I am not denying his talent, just saying that Pele is beyond this planet.. Ronaldinho is not on the same league, as he had 3 good years at Barca, what he has done after?

    • Arfen Malik
      Arfen Malik 2 years ago

      @felipe qp the past has faded away into nothing
      Futboll in the 60's was very different, it's comparing technology from the 60's and the turn of the century... you are going too far back.
      But i saw what Ronaldinho could do and i will tell you he was a god

    • felipe qp
      felipe qp 2 years ago +2

      @Arfen Malik so I recommend you to have a look.. you cant say because you didnt see it didnt exist. So we should say dinosaurs didnt exist? Study the past to understand the future bro.

    • Arfen Malik
      Arfen Malik 2 years ago

      @felipe qp Pele played alooong time ago,, my dad was not even born so yea

    • felipe qp
      felipe qp 2 years ago +2

      @Arfen Malik well, Pele did, bro.

  • Sgttomas
    Sgttomas 3 months ago +60

    “Michael Jordan has led the league in scoring and won a title more than every other player in league history COMBINED “😮

      RUSTY NAIL 19 days ago

      He led the league in scoring all the times, because he shot the ball at a insane rate.

    • Tg lego
      Tg lego 2 months ago +1

      @Kenzie Bearss sorry kid, we will just have to agree to disagree.

    • Kenzie Bearss
      Kenzie Bearss 2 months ago

      @Tg lego 40,000+ points, 10,000+ rebounds, 10,000+ assists by the time he hangs it up. Nobody will ever fucking beat that. EVER.
      Coming back from a 3-1 deficit against the greatest record team of all time featuring the best 3 point shooter of all time. Nobody will EVER do that again
      Forcing the most broken trade in NBA history. Won’t ever be topped.
      Having the pressure of being the greatest ever or ATLEAST the second greatest ever SINCE FUCKING HIGHSCHOOL and achieving it. Will likely NEVER happen again.
      And he’s still averaging 36 at 38 and still going.
      Greatest of all-time

    • Tg lego
      Tg lego 2 months ago +4

      @Cobran Jones there is still the problem of the league basically allowing anyone to drive the lane uncontested. Jordan would be hammered by guys much bigger (like the aforementioned Ewing and Robinson) and still drive and make the play. The hard truth is lebron plays in a very soft era.

    • Cobran Jones
      Cobran Jones 2 months ago

      @Tg lego yes I watched the league back then and that’s kinda my whole point…there was not many pure scorers like now days and if lebron faced a finals team that only put up 54 points then I’m pretty sure he would have a lot more rings😂and not to mention the teammates lebron has had and yes you’re gonna bring up the “super team” but it wasn’t no super team and they were a losing team before lebron got there

  • ganiniii
    ganiniii Year ago +4

    I was so happy when this doc came out. I was tired of getting called old for praising Mike.

  • leon watkins
    leon watkins 9 months ago

    I’m a lakers fan but MJ is the ultimate goat he really was a once in a life time player 🐐🏀

  • Elwing
    Elwing 2 years ago

    The thing with MJ and the 3 pointer was certainly the torn tendon on his index finger at a point in his career. He kept playing like that... still a bucket machine nevertheless.

  • Keiron Rodriguez
    Keiron Rodriguez Year ago

    His trainer is as hard working as he is. Imagine counting steps and direction of it every game...

  • Hunter R
    Hunter R 2 years ago +1583

    My guy deserves some ESPN money, better and more entertaining then like 80% of ESPN analysts lol

    • Myiles M
      Myiles M 2 years ago

      Josh Sullivan comment so underrated

    • scottycash2
      scottycash2 2 years ago

      He is monotone.. He is ok at best.

    • nastar ranj
      nastar ranj 2 years ago +3

      @Riley 1955 exactly
      I remember Steven a said lakers will defeat warriors in 2019 finals
      But they didn't even get to playoffs

    • alan hrad
      alan hrad 2 years ago

      Also, especially, skip bayless lol

  • Mak.Lee_PNW509
    Mak.Lee_PNW509 Year ago +1

    Make a video about the expansion teams to enter the league from '88-'95. And the impact it had on the watered down league.

  • Paul Albert
    Paul Albert Year ago

    The Last Dance documentary made Scottie Pippen and other former Bulls teammates as props for MJ's success.

  • NICK D
    NICK D 8 months ago

    Dude is just a legend on & off the court

  • Juan Castro
    Juan Castro Year ago

    This just proved to me he's the best player of all time and no one is even close. And Jordan did it all in about 13 seasons, 11 if you don't count the wizard years if you take injuries into account. Crazy.

  • J. mO
    J. mO 11 months ago

    It’s crazy how few 3s MJ shot. It’s frightening to imagine what he could’ve been with more 3s, it’s really just crazy.

    • Darko
      Darko 10 months ago

      Even crazier when you see all the games he played as PG and see his performance. Fucking scary.

  • Luke Mackie
    Luke Mackie 2 years ago +62

    You did some SERIOUS research for this man, I'm genuinely impressed. I knew Michael was the greatest, but this really puts it into perspective. Great video

  • MonkeSlayer69
    MonkeSlayer69 Year ago

    Jimmy is the GOAT NBA channel. This guy does a whole project for us

  • Bongane Mtembu
    Bongane Mtembu Year ago

    This guy is a true legend, numbers don’t lie! 🤞🏼🤞🏼🤞🏼

  • Derek L
    Derek L Year ago

    Well I'm a year late watching this but I loved your "no 3's no problem" graphic the best, especially when you phase in MJ, and it shows that out of everyone currently in the NBA right now, the player most like MJ and Kobe in the NBA currently, isn't Leflop, it's Giannis!!!!!! That's why he's champion because he has game on the inside!!!! Fear the deer!!!!

  • Kyle Goeken
    Kyle Goeken Year ago

    Goat. No discussion, no rebutles, the greatest to ever play the game.

  • Juanjo RB
    Juanjo RB Year ago

    At 0:24 I love the man in the green jacket and with his hands in his pockets, who smiles as if to say: what I just witnessed is so special, that I don't care if my team loses:).

  • Ron Jaime
    Ron Jaime 2 years ago +1731

    MJ-"When the sun torched me playing golf, I took that personal"

    • Wyatt Wallace
      Wyatt Wallace 8 months ago

      he took everything personally

    • SamuOct23
      SamuOct23 10 months ago


    • michael jones
      michael jones 10 months ago

      MJ just had that passion that bite people would just like watching this like welcome Him.

    • Julius
      Julius 11 months ago

      @Flare Xerop

    • Fezzik 76
      Fezzik 76 11 months ago


  • Jaleel Muhammad
    Jaleel Muhammad Year ago +2

    Outstanding Video!!! This is the M.J. I remember! I used to sneak into the Stadium to watch those standing room only games as a freshman in high-school. Peace and love!

    MAKEAWISH 8 months ago +2

    8:35, this season was during a time when the 3 point line was moved 2 feet further away from where it is now, it got moved back after 1997, so this stat is missing a lot of context bc the threes were closer than all of those other guys were shooting

  • Lee Russell
    Lee Russell Year ago

    You were saying between games 1 and 2 MJ played golf which made him darker for game 2, but he did not score 55 points in the next game after that which was game 3 the bulls triple overtime loss to the Suns. Sports writers ignited the 55 point explosion from MJ in game 4, saying he had lost a step after the game 3 loss.

  • Darkcruzer23
    Darkcruzer23 Year ago +1

    i knew he had a lot of scoring titles. i didnt realize he had 1 less than the active players combined

  • BOPDawg
    BOPDawg Year ago

    I’m fortunate to have been able to watch most of Mike’s games and all of his playoffs. The one thing I noticed is any and everyone who has put out a Michael Jordan film doesn’t acknowledge the fact that Mike was so admired by basketball fans that when he played away games the opponents fans would cheer for Mike. Even in Boston and Detroit. Watch films and see. For the most part Mike was the game and everyone else was just along for the ride. Ask the NBA how many times did Mike play before sellout crowds and pick your jaw up when you see the results.

  • John Rodriguez
    John Rodriguez 2 years ago +3490

    *lebron comes back from a 3-1 in the finals*
    MJ: "This yalls GOAT? Okay then, release the tapes."
    Also MJ: "I took it personally"

    • Darko
      Darko 9 months ago

      @TRIGGERMASTER -Proffesional Complainer tbh its a joke. But i do think LeBron fans are worse, an im not even a fan of either, just MJ peaked too high.

    • Anonymous Thamizhan
      Anonymous Thamizhan Year ago

      @M im disguested u said soccer but definitely

    • aguyfromnothere
      aguyfromnothere Year ago

      3-1 with lots of injuries and refs but yes it was great work.

    • Terry Stepp
      Terry Stepp Year ago +1

      @M sure, but soccer still sucks

    • Kendal Rush
      Kendal Rush Year ago

      @Bru hhh soccer is the most popular sport on the planet look it up but still yeah no one is talking about it though

  • Kieron Rowe
    Kieron Rowe Year ago +1

    I saw the bit on Jordan being born in NYC and has an idea for a video: I'd be interested in seeing the top players born in different places throughout NBA history and an opinion poll on which team would win. What do you reckon?

  • tyson clarke
    tyson clarke Year ago +1

    This is the craziest thing about Jordan.
    I'm going through every game of the playoffs starting in 91.
    He gets over 30, every game, and nobody even mentions it.
    And he does it so sneakily

  • What’s up today?

    player who led scoring and won championship at the same season chart is pure goosebumps.

  • Shivam Zala
    Shivam Zala 10 months ago

    I just want to appreciate the stats that you have gathered and presented in this video. It is as impressive as Jordan’s because without you I would never know that he was so damn great. As a guy that loves sports statistic, I really enjoyed your work! 👍

  • Michael DeBuck
    Michael DeBuck Year ago

    MJ was a lot better 3 point shooter than people think. Those of us remember him playing remember him taking 3 to beat the clock. Take those shoots out and he was a really good 3 point shooter

  • Domiel - KoC
    Domiel - KoC 2 years ago +3803

    Lebron: that right there made me the greatest of all time.
    Jordan: I think it's time for a documentary.

    • Junior Robert
      Junior Robert Year ago

      @ThA MAN C MAcK LeBron is 2nd when you have guys like Bird,Magic,Russell who won their rings in a respective way the disrespect also Kobe

    • Adam Bear
      Adam Bear Year ago

      @Domiel - KoC Wrong. Over 205 nations at the Olympics Tokyo

    • ALIBIGPP69
      ALIBIGPP69 Year ago

      @bastardjustice MJ wanted to eveybody to know what it really takes to be the GOAT

    • ALIBIGPP69
      ALIBIGPP69 Year ago

      @ManOfYah-work in progress you can excuse him on game 1 of the 2018 finals cause all his teammates were bums

    • Miftar Zenuli
      Miftar Zenuli Year ago

      @Mayo, Vicente C. Right, cause LeFlop would have gotten Pippen 6 chips, and make him the player he was...

  • Ed Wright
    Ed Wright 2 years ago +2

    This guy is definitely the most thorough in basketball information online period! I just subscribed bro your the truth like A.I💯

  • Son Pham
    Son Pham Year ago

    Another great video with great facts. I liked the Jordan breaking the boards and the video with it. I haven't seen that before. You made the charts with numbers fun.

  • Jeff Stead
    Jeff Stead 10 months ago +1

    this makes it absolutely real! he is the goat! and forever will be! I love this thank you so much

  • King Mj#23
    King Mj#23 2 years ago

    Jimmy..You are the man bro. Huge fan!! Keep up the amazing work..Incredible 🙏👍🏻✌️

  • Sawyer
    Sawyer 29 days ago

    It’s really ironic that MJ finally gave the go ahead after 2016 nba finals. It’s so obvious that James is the only player to really get under MJ skin. And it shows how great MJ is because most people would say it’s not obvious. He hides it so well

  • ABock4
    ABock4 2 years ago +21

    The dedication of Michael’s trainer is just incredible to me. I mean, imagine going back and counting every step he took in every game. That’s insane!

    • Richard Rossi
      Richard Rossi 2 years ago +1

      Its great dedication...I myself have been a a full time Personal Trainer and Pilates coach for 21 years.
      If Michael Jordan was my client...and at that time he was my only client....I woukd have measured how much water he took in daily....sleep....cold and hot therapy....nutrition....
      Dude if he is your only client I am going all in on this guy...
      Watching his game movement would be fun as hell from a statistics approach.
      How man times he leads with his right foot compared to left...
      How many times he jumps off his right or left...
      Lateral steps
      Drop steps or 90 turns
      That info wpuld be even cooler when looked at him being guarded by different player's.

  • sblanc
    sblanc Year ago

    11:02 that one-hand catch in mid air is insane.

  • KrisJM1234
    KrisJM1234 2 years ago

    Concerning the gym practices during his filming of Space Jam, this was pretty much covered entirely in the bulls documentary.

  • TV Viewer
    TV Viewer 7 months ago

    I love that jordan's energy sent that guy to the floor.

    JWAVY 2 years ago +7

    I hope jimmy one day works for ESPN as a analyst

  • BoricuaFlavored
    BoricuaFlavored Year ago +1

    The GOAT has been retired for a while and he still dominates a lot of current players stats today.

  • Znchilly
    Znchilly 2 years ago +1485

    *Lebron wins title against 73-9 warriors in 3-1 comeback*
    Jordan: “So I took it personally”

    • Drew
      Drew Year ago

      Yes, the Cavs won that series. If you’re bored: google how many times Curry fouled out that year (‘15- ‘16) in 82 games. Then google how many times he fouled out in 7 games during that series. I found it VERY interesting.

    • MattTheDestroyer 1234
      MattTheDestroyer 1234 Year ago

      @Noah Cool5 dirk novitski did

    • daz_cr4zy
      daz_cr4zy Year ago

      @Noah Cool5 gillmore played before jordan was on that team wtf are you talking about also rodman grabbed boards and that was it

    • Mikey Dowdell
      Mikey Dowdell Year ago

      @metsman1983 LeBron left the Cavs for the Heat, LeBron wins a championship, Cavs get significantly worse. LeBron leaves Heat for Cavs. LeBron wins a championship, Heat get significantly worse. LeBron leaves Cavs for Lakers. LeBron wins a championship, Cavs get significantly worse. What you mean is LeBron brings championships to other teams. Stop shitting on the guy because he’s a genuine threat to Jordan. If he wasn’t like you all keep saying he’s not, Bron’s name wouldn’t even be in your mouth.

  • Lan Nogara
    Lan Nogara Year ago

    over the last half decade, the nba has turned into one big 3-point contest... you're absolutely correct man.

  • Carthy
    Carthy Year ago

    Work you put in this is encouraging

  • Reebs
    Reebs 11 months ago

    I feel lucky to have watched him play in his prime.