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Feb 18, 2013
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Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player who ever lived, turns 50 today! Amidst this momentous occasion, MJ is reportedly teasing a comeback to the game, which, coming from the greatest of all time, isn't something everyone should take lightly. "I like reminiscing. I do it more now watching basketball than anything," Jordan tells ESPN a few weeks back. "Man, I wish I was playing right now. I would give up everything now to go back and play the game of basketball." If anything, Mister Mike, we would still pay to see you go back and play the game of basketball—though we're unsure what another stint might accomplish. 

It ain't half bad being Mike at 50 though; it's got its share of awesome perks. From being a dad to two promising cager sons to having a name that runs a shoe enterprise, Michael ain't got much to complain about. Heck, even at 50, he can still manage to beat young guns like 2012's No.2 pick, the 19-year-old Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, in a game of one-on-one.  Now there's a man we'd like to be when we hit the half-decade mark.

Now hit the chart below and see how pro Mike measures up to retired Mike.

WORDS & ILLUSTRATION: MIKEY AGULTO
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