Michael Jordan Top 23 NBA Career Moments -- No. 2
Top moments in Jordan’s NBA career: No.2
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No. 2: The Shot
May 7, 1989—There was the one at North Carolina to win the national championship March 29, 1982, and the so-called Shot II to sweep the Cavs in 1993. This one probably has been shown more than any shot in the NBA with poor Craig Ehlo the victim. But, to me, it represented the true beginning of the Bulls great run of the 1990s, as Jordan rescued the Bulls against a superior team and kept the needle heading forward for the franchise.