Salt Lake City, Utah.
This was Michael Jordan’s last game with the Chicago Bulls. Game 6 of the NBA finals. The day was June 14. The year was 1998. The Bulls were down by one.
It was the basketball titan’s last shot. There was only a few seconds left in the game. He was up against Utah Jazz’s Bryon Russell, who was guarding him.
In the closing seconds of the game, it was time for Michael Jordan to make his move. Twelve seconds. Eleven. Ten. The clock was ticking.
With just eight seconds left, Michael Jordan made his last shot.
The game ended, 87-86. The Bulls had won thanks to his game-winning jumper.
It was the team’s third straight championship and sixth in eight years, and Jordan’s final play in a Bulls uniform. It remains one of the most incredible moments in sports history today.
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