During his time with the team, he won six titles and established himself as the best basketball player in history.

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He insisted that education provided him with a "opportunity" to prove himself.

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He claimed to be a skilled basketball player and to be "eager to show to everyone" that he was.

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He preferred playing for his college team because it presented him with more of a challenge to succeed.

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It's crucial to note that although though he preferred playing for the Tar Heels, this does not imply that he did not enjoy his time with the Chicago Bulls.

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Jordan and James Worthy were teammates in college, and Worthy claimed to have known Jordan would continue to play at an All-Star level.

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Today's athletes are too eager to leave college and join the NBA.

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Some athletes gain from their time in college and may continue to develop into elite athletes even after spending many years there.

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Without a doubt, each player in the league has taken a distinct route.

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Although he wasn't a "one-and-done" player and was content playing in college, Michael Jordan was able to carve out a respectable career for himself in the NBA.

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