GREATEST SHOT RESULTS
Michael Jordan -- 34.1%
Robert Horry -- 31.9%
Sean Elliott -- 11.8%
John Stockton -- 5.8%
Dennis Johnson -- 4.3%
Allan Houston -- 3.5%
Rex Chapman -- 2.7%
Mario Elie -- 2.6%
Ralph Sampson -- 2.2%
Alonzo Mourning -- 1.1%
We compiled the 10 Greatest Shots of the Playoffs. You voted and we compiled your votes. And you chose as the Greatest Shot of the Playoffs ... Michael Jordan's series-winning jumper
against the Cavaliers in the 1989 Eastern Conference First Round.
Jordan garnered 34.1 percent of the vote to edge out Robert Horry's miracle three-pointer in the 2002 Western Conference Finals, which received 31.9 percent of the votes. Sean Elliott's Memorial Day Miracle was third with 11.8 percent.
Now, NBA.com gives you another chance to vote as we present the "Greatest Shots of the Finals" in our NBA Finals 2003 section.
THE GREATEST SHOT OF THE PLAYOFFS ... MICHAEL JORDAN IN 1989
Michael Jordan always gave Craig Ehlo fits.
This is the shot that launched Michael Jordan onto the superstars' Mt. Olympus.
The world knew about Jordan, his scoring titles, his two Slam Dunk championships and his aerial brilliance. But his Bulls had won only one playoff series in Jordan's career and he was often criticized for not being able to win.
That changed one Sunday in suburban Cleveland. The final three seconds of Game 5 of Chicago's Eastern Conference first round series has entered the American pop culture pantheon. There isn't a sports fan who doesn't know about it. This is where the legend was born.
"The Bulls win!"
Who: Bulls vs. Cavs
What: 1989 East First Round
Where: Richfield Coliseum
When: Game 5, 0:03 seconds left, series tied, 2-2