Michael Jordan is the greatest player of all time. There are few people who could argue that statement, even among NBA superstars. He was the best among the best and it was that way for his entire career.
Jordan had plenty of statement games throughout the years. But it seems like he was at his best during the 1995-96 season, arguably the best individual – and collective – season in the history of basketball.
By 1996, Jordan was arguably the most famous person in the world. At least, he was the biggest worldwide sensation sports had ever seen, a global icon that truly took the game to a whole new level. That’s why he wanted to turn the intensity on any given night. He did it for the fans and, as you may know by now, he always delivered.
But even among all his outstanding and historically great seasons, none of them tops what he achieved in the 1995-96 campaign with the almighty Chicago Bulls.