Jordan also had regrets in his career, setting his worst three-point record

1. Three-Point Contest: In 1989, Michael Jordan participated in the three-point contest and only scored 5 points, the lowest in the history of the All-Star three-point contest. Despite his success in other areas, his performance in this competition was not ideal. 

2. Eight-Peat: Michael Jordan retired in 1994, leaving behind the possibility of winning eight consecutive championships with the Chicago Bulls. Many speculate that the death of his father played a significant role in his decision to retire, as it deeply affected him emotionally. 

3. No Game 7 in the Finals: Unlike other great players like Kobe Bryant and LeBron James, Jordan never played in a Game 7 in the NBA Finals. He was able to dominate his opponents and win championships within six games, including a memorable buzzer-beater in the 1998 Finals. 

4. Serious Injury in 1985: During his second season in the NBA, Jordan suffered a severe left foot fracture, causing him to miss 64 games. He admits that this was one of the most challenging moments in his career, as he felt scared and isolated during his recovery. 

5. Comeback with the Washington Wizards: At the age of 38, Jordan surprised everyone by coming out of retirement to join the Washington Wizards in 2001. However, his comeback did not yield the desired results, and he faced financial losses while attempting to revive the team's performance and ticket sales.