With The Last Dance in the rearview, it's time to re-live Michael Jordan's final 'shot' with the Chicago Bulls in the 1998 NBA Finals.
Today's NBA Together Live game features one of the most dramatic finishes to an NBA Finals series in what was Jordan's last game with the Bulls.
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They defeated the Jazz 87-86, with Jordan burying the game-winning shot over Bryon Russell with 5.2 seconds remaining to seal their sixth championship in eight seasons.
The final sequences of Game 6 illustrate the tenacity and winning mentality of Jordan, who scored the Bulls' final eight points of the game - four free throws, a contested layup and of course, the game-winner.
His layup cut the deficit to just one point and on the ensuing defensive possession, Jordan stole the ball from Karl Malone and with the game on the line, he did what Jordan does best.
With Scottie Pippen (eight points) struggling with a back injury, Jordan carried the Bulls offensively, finishing with 45 points on 15-of-35 shooting from the field., 3-of-7 from three, 12-of-15 from the free-throw line, adding four steals in just under 44 minutes on court.
He accounted for over half of the Bulls' points, with Toni Kukoc the only other player to score in double figures (15 points).
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Jordan retired for the second time at the conclusion of the 1998 season, with a perfect Finals record of 6-of-6, along with six Finals MVP awards.
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