1 / 11March 19, 1995 - Three-time NBA MVP Michael Jordan came out of retirement to re-join the Chicago Bulls. Jordan's first game back came against the Indiana Pacers at Market Square Arena. Jordan played 43 minutes, finishing with 19 points (on 7-of-28 shooting), six rebounds, and six assists. The Pacers defeated the Bulls in overtime, 103-96. Reggie Miller scored 28 points, Dale Davis collected 20 rebounds, and Mark Jackson recorded a double-double in the victory.