>Thinking about comebacks, last season 4 of the most *** players
>in various sports came back. Michael jordan, Mario Lemieux, Mike Tyson
>and Monica Seles. That's pretty amazing when u think about it. All
>except seles returned to point(or very close to) where they had left.
>Tyson knocks out every body in 2 minutes. Lemieux was the leading
>scorer and assistman in the NHL last season while also being the MVP.
>And jordan returned to lead the league in scoring once again while leading
>his team to the best record in NBA history and winning the MVP by the most
>overwhelming margin ever.
league in scoring. He shot 40%, averaged under 30 ppg, ruined a winning
tear the Bulls were on, and shot them to a 2nd round defeat to the hands
of the Orlando Magic.
Then, Dennis Rodman joined the team, and the Bulls and led the Bulls
to the championship and the greatest record ever. jordon proved he is
worthless in the absense of a great rebounding,defensive power forward.
Rodman led his SECOND team to the title.
BTW, biggest margin ever? BAsed upon what? # of sportswriter votes?
You should add this disclaimer, since players used to vote on the MVP. I
would think the most overwhelming MVP race would be when Wilt joined the
league, re-wrote the record books, set records in scoring and rebounding that
have only been matched by himself and no one else, and turned the hapless,
last place Philadelphia Warriors into the 2nd best record in the league.
Another boxer named Muhammad Ali,
>think of too many athletes being able to be able to put together comebacks
>of such success.
Babe Ruth, who after being dubbed "washed up" came back to dominate
Carl Lewis in this year's olympics.
Willis Reed, 1973 finals
For the sake of arguement, if there ever was one, whose