Michael Jordan is considered by most experts to be the greatest basketball player of all-time. He played collegiately at the University of North Carolina, where he helped that team win an NCAA championship in 1982 and also won gold at the Pan American Games in the same year. In 1984, Jordan led the United States to an Olympic gold medal.
Played on seven USA Basketball teams and compiled an overall win-loss record of 39-4 (.907 winning percentage), winning four gold medals and one silver medal. Wore No. 9 with U.S. Olympic teams in 1992 and 1984, No. 5 for the USA at the 1983 Pan American Games and No. 7 in 1982 with the Select Team and No. 8 with the 1981 U.S. Olympic Festival South Team.
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Michael Jordan playing baseball for the Birmingham Barrons in the Arizona Fall League, early 1994 (Photo by Scott Clarke/WireImage) By Sourabh Singh. Ask any NBA player and the answer might be the same, they’d pick Olympic Gold over a league championship win, if given a choice.
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Jordan returned to the Chicago Bulls in March 1995. That summer, as Jordan prepared to film “Space Jam,” the first 10 members of the 1996 Olympic team were announced, including four returnees ...
It was the last amateur level U.S.A. team to win an Olympic gold medal in men's basketball. The team was considered to be one of the strongest in U.S.A.'s history at that time, as it featured four of the five 1984 consensus first team All-Americans, in Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing, Wayman Tisdale, and Sam Perkins.