Top moments in Jordan’s NBA career: No. 4
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No. 4: The Sickest Performance
June 11, 1997—Playing with the flu and literally having to be held up at the end, Michael Jordan played 44 minutes and scored 38 points, including the game-winning three, as the Bulls won Game 5 of the NBA Finals in Utah and headed back home to clinch the fifth championship on Steve Kerr’s jumper on a pass from Jordan.