Assuming that the greatest basketball player of all time would play his natural position at shooting guard, take a look at players that would fill spots at other positions for MJ's team.
Point Guard- MAGIC JOHNSON
Magic and Jordan were teammates in the original Dream Team in the 1992 Olympics, and really worked well together, even though it was shown that they were the biggest rivals while practicing. With Magic's passing skills, he would definitely found Jordan and gave him the ball at the right place and at the right time.
Shooting Guard- Michael Jordan
As mentioned before, Jordan would play his natural position, where he became known as the GOAT.
Small Forward- Scottie Pippen
Pippen was the second best player in all six seasons when Bulls won championship ring. His partnership with MJ is still known for one of the best in professional sports, as the two really led the 90's Bulls to amazing success.
Power Forward- James Worthy
Together with Magic Johnson, James Worthy won three NBA championship rings in the 80's with Los Angeles Lakers, and was a big reason that Jordan didn't win any championships until 1991, when Worthy was already at the end of his career.
Center- Hakeem Olajuwon
In video attached, Jordan tells why he would pick Olajuwon to be the man in the middle for his team. He is known for being one of the most versatile big men of all-time, and is NBA all-time blocks leader.
Michael Jordan also stated that there is no chance that any team would beat them. And it is not hard to believe that, as these starters have everything the real starting five needs, from passing to scoring to defense and athleticism, these five players together have evrything, and it would really be fun seeing them on the court .
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