6-0 doesn't capture that, though.OdomFan wrote:loserX wrote:I tend to agree. Saying "Jordan is 6-0" is like saying "he's perfect, if you don't count all the times he lost". It's not all that meaningful.
There are plenty of good arguments in favor of Jordan being the GOAT, I'm not even sure I disagree. But "6-0" is not one of them. Reducing everything to one out-of-context number rarely is.
The 6-0 record is a Major part of his goat argument. I don't see how it isn't because it only helps highlight just how great of a player and leader he was that he was able to lead his Bulls over multiple Hall of Famers in those Finals series. He also led his Bulls over hall of famers/great teams like Ewing and the Knicks, Miller Pacers, Shaq/Magic and Morning+Hardaway/Heat. There is nothing wrong at all about bringing up his success in leading his team throughout their playoff rounds of their time together.
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