One of the arguments used in favor of Michael Jordan for the "greatest of all time" debate is his dominance. He won six titles in eight seasons, preventing a cast of future Hall of Famers from getting rings, inlcuding notable names like Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing and Karl Malone.
But there was one player he dominated more than any other opponent... Sherman "The General" Douglas.
As NBC Sports' national NBA Insider, Tom Haberstroh, notes, Jordan was a perfect 30-0 against Douglas in his career.
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"Of all the remarkable Michael Jordan feats I've found, a 30-game sweep might be the craziest," Haberstroh said.
That 30-0 record against Douglas spanned four teams: the Heat, Bucks, Nets and Celtics. Larry Bird's most dominant sweep against a single opponent, Major Jones, was 19 wins without a loss. Still 11 shy of Jordan's mark against Douglas.