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Moments

MIchael Jordan's Last Shot in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals

Michael Jordan’s legacy is filled with many iconic moments. The cream of the crop for Mike’s legendary career is most likely the “Last Shot” against the Utah Jazz. With less than 30 seconds left in game 6 of the 1998 NBA FInals and the Bulls down 1, Karl Malone awaited an entry pass from John Stockton on a post-up. Before the Mailman could establish position, Michael used his cat-like instincts to steal the ball away with ease. As MJ dribbled the ball up-court and his legacy on the line, Jordan infamously pushed-off on defender Bryon Russell before sinking the most well-known shot in NBA history – his final shot with the Chicago Bulls.