Real-Life Uncle Drews: Top 5 All-Time NBA Players at 40+

Micheal Jordan obviously wasn’t the same player on the Wizards as he was with the Bulls, but he still played really well for his age, especially considering he was out of the league for 3 seasons before returning with DC in 2001. He turned 40 in February of 2003, in the middle of a season where he played all 82 games, starting 62 of them and averaging 20 PPG, 6.1 RPG and 3.8 APG in 37 minutes.