The staff at Complex took us back to March 1989 when an angry Michael Jordan called a meeting with then coach, Doug Colllins to discuss his role on offense. They decided Jordan would move to the point guard position where he had never succeeded before. The decision ended up paying off in a big way as Michael went on to post a triple-double in ten of eleven games he played at the position; he averaged 33.6 pts, 11.4 assts, and 10.8 rebounds per game. Unfortunately his stats didn't translate into wins and the Bulls only went 5-6 before Michael was forced to go back to playing the 2. Complex posted his stat sheet for those eleven games along with two videos including one of Jordan achieving his triple-double in only twenty-one minutes. For the full breakdown of the eleven game stretch CLICK HERE or go to Complex.com.