The Last Dance and the Chicago Bulls dynasty may have ended, but people forget Michael Jordan still balled out for the Washington Wizards.
Jordan became the second oldest player to drop 50 points and the only 40-year-old to drop 40 points.
In his final season, he played all 82 games, averaging 37 minutes per game.
Jordan was also an All-Star in the final two seasons of his career.
Jordan turned 39 during the 2001-2002 season with the Wizards.
He played 60 games that season and averaged 22.9 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.2 assists per game.
That makes him the only player 37 years or older in NBA history to average 20-5-5, according to ESPN Stats & Info.