Top moments in Jordan’s NBA career: No. 6
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No. 6: The First
November 11, 1984—Michael Jordan hits his first of more than two dozen game-winners in the last seconds, a 12-footer with four seconds left to beat the Pacers in Indianapolis. The next game, back home against the Spurs and the ninth of his career, Jordan scored 45 points to beat the Spurs. He was no fluke.