Dean Smith's tough curriculum at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill prepared Michael Jordan for the NBA.

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Being the captain of such a legendary squad, MJ had a tendency to give his all in every game in an effort to win the NCAA Championship.

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The Chicago Bulls ranked him third overall in 1984, but by the conclusion of the following year, Jordan had switched teams.

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Despite having a 38-44 losing record in MJ's first season, the Bulls did make it to the playoffs.

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The Bulls ended the 1985 season among the top-weighted Eastern Conference playoff teams.

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Initially perplexed by this, he eventually understood that it was done so that the Bulls could set themselves up for a low seed.

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The second-seeded Milwaukee Bucks, who received a much better draw than the seasoned Celtics or Sixers, would be their opponent in this matchup.

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No of the type of game he was in, Michael Jordan detested losing. Jordan consistently displayed the same level of energy, regardless of the game, whether it was a meaningless regular season match or Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

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In each of the 4 games, Jordan would score 23, 30, 35, and 29 points. Nevertheless, Sidney Moncrieff & Co would win.

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