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Jordan's Memorable Moments

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With so many choices to pick from, NBA.com faced the dubious task of narrowing down Michael's career highlights to what we believe are the Top 10 moments of his pro career. Of course, some of his game-winners and jaw droppers are going to be left off the list. There isn't much doubt that the highlights we have chosen are not only some of Jordan's top moments, but also some of the most memorable in the history of sports. So sit back and enjoy these flashbacks of MJ at his finest and relive the celebration of all six of the Bulls' NBA Championships.



1986: "God Disguised as Michael Jordan"
That's how Boston's Larry Bird described what he saw on the night Jordan scored an NBA playoff-record 63 points against the Celtics.
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1988: Jordan and Wilkins Battle for Dunk Title
The 1988 Slam Dunk contest came down to the wire as Dominique Wilkins and hometown favorite Michael Jordan faced off for dunk title honors.
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1989: Jordan Hits "The Shot"
It is known, in Chicago and especially in Cleveland, as "The Shot," and Michael Jordan's game-winning jumper was among the first of his numerous clutch shots.
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1991: Michael's Most Amazing Move?
In Game 2 of the 1991 NBA Finals against the Lakers, Michael Jordan made a spectacular move that seemed even more unbelievable every time it was replayed.
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1992: Jordan Blazes Away From Long Range
They said three-point shooting wasn't his forte, but Michael Jordan was 'in the zone' in Game 1 of the '92 Finals vs. Portland, burying six first-half treys.
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1992: The Original Dream Team
Jordan teamed with legends Magic Johnson and Larry Bird to form perhaps the greatest team ever assembled at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona.
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1995: Jordan Back Big-Time; Drops 55 on Knicks
Five games into his comeback, Michael Jordan shook off the rust and showed he's still got big-time game by exploding for 55 points against the Knicks.
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1996: Jordan Leads Bulls to League Record 70 Wins
The Bulls' 72-10 record during the 1995-96 regular season was the best in NBA history, and Chicago made its claim as one of the best sports teams ever.
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1997: Flu Doesn't Stop Jordan in 1997 NBA Finals
Ravaged by the flu, Jordan scored 38 points in Game 5, including the tie-breaking three-pointer with 25 seconds left to lift the Bulls over the Jazz 90-88.
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1998: Jordan Jolts Jazz in Game 6
With Chicago trailing by three points, Michael Jordan scored on a drive, stripped the ball from Karl Malone, and then buried the game-winning shot with 5.2 seconds to go.
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NBA Finals Celebrations and Interviews

1991: Michael and the Bulls celebrate the team's first-ever NBA Championship after defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 4-1.
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1992: This time the party is in Chicago as the Bulls beat Portland in six games.
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1993: Three-peat! Chicago holds off Phoenix 4-2 and concludes the six-game series at America West Arena.
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1996: After 70 wins, the Bulls capped off a perfect season with a 4-2 series win over Seattle.
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1997: Chicago cleans up in six games against the Jazz for the team's fifth NBA title.
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1998: In his last NBA Finals, Jordan enjoys yet another championship and his sixth Finals MVP award.
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