If MJ didn't retire twice, do you think he would have 8-10 championships?
- dangelo hLv 52 months ago
Who knows? Maybe.
- 2 months ago
Well Anything Is Possible.
- CarlosLv 42 months ago
I'm sure Micheal Jordan would won 7 to 8 championships but his 6-6 record wouldn't have been perfect in the Finals but maybe 7 out of 8 or 8 out of 9 NBA Titles maybe losing to Spurs and or Rockets teams .
- Random GuyLv 72 months ago
As much as I'd like to think that but realistically the one more he could have won would have been 1994. It took the Knicks 7 games and a blown call by the refs in one of those games to beat the Jordan-less Bulls that year and the Rockets needed 7 games in the Finals to beat the said Knicks team. I believe Jordan could have lead the Bulls to a 4-peat that time. 1995 would still have been the Rocket's year though.
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- SteveLv 62 months ago
If they still had PIppen and Rodman, yes.
- jaredLv 42 months ago
VERY unlikely, but I guess if ANYONE could go it, it is the GOAT
- BobLv 72 months ago
No, but I do think he would have won at least one more.
- 2 months ago
I don't think so because he was getting old and he wouldn't have played as good.