Michael Jordan speculated in his Hall of Fame induction speech that he could be playing at 50, but how effective would he really be? Numbers Never Lie looked at one of the only 50-year-olds to excel in professional sports -- hockey legend Gordie Howe. Howe scored 43 points in 58 games during his age 50 season, about 54.7 percent of his total as a 40-year-old. Applying the same metric to Jordan's career, we'd expect a 50-year-old Jordan to score 10.9 points per game. Is this way too optimistic, or within the realm of possibility for a player as a great as Jordan?