The 10-part ESPN documentary series "The Last Dance," which focuses on Michael Jordan's final championship season with the Chicago Bulls, has brought the Hall of Famer's astonishing achievements back into focus.

His accomplishments are numerous and unprecedented: Six-time NBA champion. NCAA title with North Carolina. Two-time Olympic gold medalist. Rookie of the Year. Five-time NBA MVP. Six-time NBA Finals MVP. Ten-time All-NBA First Team. Nine-time NBA All-Defensive First Team. Defensive Player of the Year. Fourteen-time NBA All-Star. Three-time NBA All-Star MVP. 32,292 points during his 15-year career - the third-highest total in league history. Ten scoring titles - an NBA record and seven consecutive matching Wilt Chamberlain. Retired with the NBA's highest scoring average of 30.1ppg. Hall of Fame inductee.

Here's a look back at Jordan's incredible life and career.

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