Being a scoring champion, an MVP of the league, the defensive player of the year was never enough for his Airness, Michael Jordan. All Jordan cared about was championships. He had this one goal, a single point focus to win a ring at the end of the season. He played the regular season in a way that let the other players know that he was so much better than the rest of them and that when the playoffs came he was no match for them. He dominated in the playoffs, went 6-0 in the NBA finals, and never had to see a 7th game winning 6 championships with the Chicago Bulls in a stretch of 8 seasons.
Player Full Name
Michael Jeffrey Jordan
Date of birth
February 17, 1963
1984, Round 1, Pick 3
1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 1998
Won Championships with
How many rings does Michael Jordan have?
Michael Jordan has won 6 rings in all with the Chicago Bulls. In doing so he 3 peated twice(1991-93, 1996-98). He went to 6 NBA Finals and won all 6 of them in a dominant fashion never having to go to a game 7.
What years did Michael Jordan win his 6 championship rings?
Michael Jordan won all his 6 championships with the Chicago Bulls. He completed his first 3 peat between the 1991-93 seasons but then retired from the game after the untimely death of his father. He played baseball for one and a half years before returning to basketball. It was then that he completed his second 3-peat with the Chicago Bulls between the seasons of 1996-98. Had he not retried in the middle many argue that MJ could have won 8 straight championships.
How many years did it take for Michael Jordan to win his first championship?
It took Michael Jordan 7 seasons before he won his first ring with the Chicago Bulls.
How much are Michael Jordan's rings worth?
Michael Jordan's every ring is valued at $150,000 so all of his all 6 rings in total are worth around $900,000.
Did Michael Jordan win 6 rings in a row?
No, he won 6 rings but he won them as part of his two separate 3 peats.
How many rings did Michael Jordan win without Pippen?
Michael Jordan never won a ring without Scottie Pippen. All his 6 championships came alongside Pippen who was the team’s second star.
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