Michael Jordan reminded a reporter he's the GOAT with tremendous answer

Michael Jordan reminded a reporter he's the GOAT with tremendous answer

He recognized both players for the impressive marks, noting that both streaks are hard to accomplish. Westbrook just made history by notching his 10th straight triple-double while surpassing Wilt Chamberlain (a record from 1968), while Harden has scored 30 points or more in 30 consecutive games.

On the issue of which deed was more difficult to pull off, Jordan said with a smile, "Which is harder, from a player standpoint?"

Looking back now, Peterson said he should have known what Jordan's parents instilled in him: He could achieve anything and he was destined for something extraordinary. Both Westbrook and Harden will be playing in the all-star showcase and will definitely be looking to impress Jordan. Jordan answered as you'd expect the greatest of all-time to answer.

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On the court, after not being able to make his school varsity as a sophomore, Jordan went on to become a two-time All-American, NCAA champion and the national college player of the year in 1984. The NBA approved the purchase with Jordan putting up just $30 million in cash, according to the Charlotte Observer, an arrangement the league would nearly certainly not approve today.

Forbes Magazine estimated Jordan's net worth in 2018 at $1.6 billion and Hornets president Fred Whitfield said he anticipates the All-Star game will have a $100 million economic impact on Charlotte. In a December video clip, James said that his role in leading the Cleveland Cavaliers past the favored Golden State Warriors for the 2016 championship, making National Basketball Association history along the way by overcoming a 3-1 series deficit, "made me the greatest player of all time".