Without a doubt Michael Jordan is the Greatest Of All Time (G.O.A.T). Kids and grown-ups in the 90s are very fortunate to witness how his “Airness” fly and dominated the game of basketball in live action. His Bulls is the biggest barricade for Karl Malone and Charles Barkley to reach the NBA glory as MJ defeated them in NBA Finals.
In our today’s post, we will feature NBA players who are frequently compared to “His Airness“.
10. Harold Miner
Given the nickname “Baby Jordan” during his college days at University of Southern California (USC) due to his dynamic and explosive dunks. However, that was not translated to a successful career in the NBA as a player who can do-it-all or a high scorer. The nearest comparison he got was when he won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 1993 and 1995.
Although a superstar in the dunk contest, Heat coaches Kevin Loughery and Alvin Gentry gave “Baby Jordan” a very limited playing time.