Although Michael Jordan set numerous NBA records, he never scored at least 30 points in 30 straight games or notched 10 straight triple-doubles, as James Harden and Russell Westbrook have done respectively this season.
In the eyes of the Charlotte Hornets owner, though, it's pretty clear what milestone he believes is more difficult to achieve.
"Six championships, by all means," Jordan told reporters, including Steve Reed of The Associated Press.
Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA titles - two three-peats from 1991-93 and 1996-98 - but did acknowledge the respective streaks are a showcase of the talent within the Association.
"It shows progression in the league," Jordan said. "I am very proud of how both guys have done because they are making a mark for the league and I think it really helps grow the league."
The Houston Rockets star is averaging 41.5 points, 7.7 boards, 7.5 assists, and 2.3 steals per contest during his scoring spree while Westbrook is on pace to average a triple-double for the third straight season.