What do you guys think MJ's legacy would be if he had stayed retired the first time? He would have played 10 years, had three rings, three MVPS and three finals MVPS. He'd also have a DPOY, a ROY, 9 all star selections and 7 scoring titles. But he'd also have retired at 30, seemingly with several years of his prime left. Personally I think his legacy would have been as the modern day Wilt. So much potential left untapped. So much more that could have come of his career. He put up great numbers and won a couple of rings, but he could have, should have been the greatest ever. There would also be some similarities to Barry Sanders in terms of early retirement. What do you all think?