Some twisted trivia about Jordan and James
2023/10/25

1. Jordan and James' Finals Opponents and Championships The Lakers were a dominant dynasty team in the 80s, winning five championships from 80-88, 89 Finals, and 91 Finals. Kareem, Magic, and Worthy were the core players during this period. 

In 1991, Worthy was injured in game 4, giving the Bulls an unstoppable path to their championship. The Trail Blazers and Jazz also had strong performances in the Western Conference Finals, led by their star players, before facing the Bulls. 

2. The San Antonio Spurs Dynasty From 99-14, the Spurs had a dynasty team with consistent leaders like Duncan, Robinson, Ginobili, Parker, and Leonard. They showcased the characteristics of a successful dynasty team. 

3. Performance and Awards of Finals Opponents Jordan's Finals opponents had an average winning percentage of 61.2%, with 5 All-NBA First Team selections and 5 MVP awards. James' opponents had an average winning percentage of 60.8%, with 6 All-NBA First Team selections and 3 MVP awards. Both faced tough competition in the Finals.

4. Jordan's Free Throw Statistics in the Finals In 4 out of 6 Finals appearances, Jordan had fewer free throws than the opposing team's main player. Additionally, his free throw rate was lower than the opposing team's main player in 5 out of 6 Finals.  

5. Free Throw Statistics Comparison of Jordan and James' Careers Throughout their careers, Jordan had a free throw rate of 35.8% while James had a free throw rate of 39.8%. In playoffs, James' free throw rate was 43.0% compared to Jordan's 39.3%. James consistently had a higher free throw rate than Jordan.

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