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"I've missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed." - Michael Jordan
@Phileas Frogg juop
There is no better one , Micheal Jordan is the best in history and will stand for a while in the future or is LeBron 6 time champion in a row? Don't think so
@Bxller Dav what???
@TikTokDok what are you talking about???
This is in a book
Stockton was a beast! When he hit that three point in the end, I thought it was over...... but MJ doing GOAT things. I still have the DVD of all the Bulls dynasty.
Stockton was 1 for 3 from 3 point line in last 3 minutes . Truly a beast, for Chicago...
@M First of all it's football not soccer.2. Basketball has 2.2 billion fans3. Nobody cares Coming from a football fan
"Everybody has talent, but ability takes hard work.” - Michael Jordan
everybody takes hard work，but talent only for mj at that time
"Talent without training is nothing." - Luke Skywalker
@M okay but who asked?
No ability, no talent, no hard work - every politician
One of the greatest shots ever by the GOAT Michael Jordan. I get chills every time I see this game...every time.
over 20+ years, still got goose bumps
Funny how after 23 years later this is still rated as the most watched game in NBA history, it's not hard to see why.
he said 23!
@Nijer John You said handball is more entertaining than football, my goodness Lord 💀💀💀And yeah you're right, remember when Bolt tried to play professional football and he was worse than a child in a wheelchair? Lol
I hope bulls can do it again
This dude came through in the biggest moments, still have yet to see a player who has done more in big games
@Andrew O Yep
@Definitely Akira name another player who one without another decent teammate? clown
@Mike M nope
@jak troll alert incel
@Justin Hughes 🧢
watched this live a week out of 8th grade - still leaves me in awe 24 years later. others come close, but this is still probably the most clutch, iconic, historically significant couple minutes of individual basketball effort i know of. Phil nailed it afterward - "beautiful"
Kerr nailed it even harder: "You're [effing] unbelievable!" Hahaha.
I was a week out of 9th grade and first year living in Oregon (moving from the bay area). I was skipped up a grade in grade school, so technically this should have been my 8th grade year too!
@Allison so did i! 13 yrs old
He is the greatest of all time, Im so lucky that I could watch him playing back then
@M bro who cares
@M lol mma is fastest growing sport and hasn't been around as long as football, plus mma is the best sport
@M It being more popular makes it better? I’m sorry but I can’t watch a sport with dudes 97% of the time not hitting goals. Most end with that game ending player vs goalie kick
No he's not. Weak competition. Jazz are weak!!!!
Don't care what anyone says, that was the golden age of the NBA. Every team had a mega star but then there was MJ, not getting past him. What a great time to be a Chicagoan
Golden era for the United States.The prestige the US had during these years was unmatched.
I agree the golden era foresure. Every team had a megastar and at least 2 other superstars. So many players were overshadowed by the mega star but yes best time to be a ball fan
Why am I still on the edge of my seat knowing exactly what's going to happen. One of the greatest finals in NBA history.
Bro the same man this was the best I fucking miss this the Bulls were fucking awesome Jordan was a fucking Terminator
Also the most watched finals game in NBA history
In retrospect this really feels like more than just the final shot as him as a Chicago Bull. It really signified the end of an era in basketball and even American culture as it relates to sports
@Aava adams down South
@Aava adams same
I'm from USA.....and you ?
@Aava adams where are you from?
When MJ was down and the pressure was mounting, he didn't look for a savior to rescue him or a scapegoat to provide an excuse as to why they lost. Instead, he took it upon himself to go and cease the moment. He wasn't afraid to fail. He is truly the Greatest of all time!
The best of all: Michael. Thank you for giving us such great emotions. Congratulations.
One of those games I knew exactly where I was. Seeing his last shot….wow
So do I. We had just moved from Chicago to Detroit. I was a preteen but I remember my brothers,my dad, and I all running out the front cheering lol
It is still incredible to me that no Chicago Bull possesses the ball in the final minute and 42 seconds. Michael grabs every rebound, takes every single shot, every free throw, even steals the ball. The only thing he didn’t do was inbound the ball to himself.
It’s called a ball hog
@Monkey Lord if he did that every year how does he have 4 titles in like 20 seasons lmao
@Aaron Wright lebron will surely missed those freethrows realtalk 😂
@Aaron Wright ledoush would be flopping on the floor.
I don't get any tired of watching theses videos over and over again...I miss this Bulls team so much.Extremely happy that I've seen these amazing guys playing the game until the end of their careers.
Watching this reminds me of how much I used to love watching bball back in the days. Not the same game anymore. I haven't watched much in over a decade.
Have seen this a few times but it is chilling….Jordan’s ability , his IQ his will to win…..one of a kind
Just realizing that both MJ and Kobe played their respective final games against the Jazz. And they both scored comebacks in those games and won them in the final moments. What a cool thing.
@liluhhh Hello how is your day going there?
MJ’s last game was against the Wizards
The last 3 minutes of that game shows why Jordan is the greatest ever. They needed every point, he got to the line and made all 4 free throws, got the steal off his missed 3 pointer. And to not clear to get the steal from Malone was just having bball iq.I mean damn he played both sides of the court. BBall IQ, defense, offense and that killer instinct. So he had 8 points and 2 steals in 2.5 minutes
@Ken Perlman 35ppg which dont make no damn sense lol
If Jordan would have won 5 more championships to make it eleven like Robinson who had 11 then I would agree. Robinson is the greatest player to ever play the game. Then its Jordan then Wilt Chamberlin who played against Robinson all those 11 years.
@Anthony Carlson but the point is, Jordan's team is stronger than the Jazz.
@Love Except that the players didn't force a super team to try to basically buy a championship like in the modern NBA. Jordan also held himself AND his teammates to a crazy high standard He never expected anything from them that he wouldn't also give.
John Stockton was a straight up baller. That dude had skill.
By far the GOAT, there will never be such a combination of skill, heart and grit...
As a kid I remember watching this that's why MJ is GOAT
A legendary player. I wish there were more of them.
Basketball isn't the same without MJ. I recorded every game of the Bulls and Michael. They're on DVDs now so every once in a while I'll relive the excitement of watching him play, it's awesome.
I was most impressed by his firsts minutes in the NBA. From the first second to this he was always a real leader.
@JeTPaK Karl Malone was plumber? Stockton was a plumber? Was KOBE a plumber?
@JeTPaK classic 3head lebron fan
You know he is legend, when his 3 minutes are our 13 minutes.
What a player !!! The Best Ever !!!
i watched this live as a kid. me my dad and my brother.. i remember having tears in my eyes when jordan nailed that shot.
I was 10. I remember being catatonic for a long while, I couldn't believe what I'd just seen. Even then I knew I'd seen something unfathomable.
Michael Jordan is a legend from childhood to this day.
He went Thanos in that last 41 seconds. NO ONE ELSE on the Bulls touched the ball. MJ literally went and snatched a title away from two of the 50 best players who ever lived, on their floor, with a skeleton cast of teammates. It's just unreal how he ended his Chicago run. It's beyond sports...it was theater. The most watched game in the history of the NBA and MJ ended with the greatest flourish of all time.
@Sean Harris SERENA WILLIAMS LMAOOOOOO
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@Seven Moore kukoc was one of the best European players an yes he was a all star caliber player
The talent on the floor in this game for both sides is amazing!
I actually saw this game live & it was awesome! Once in a lifetime 🌟
Put on your favorite music in the background, helps to feel how in the zone Michael was. Had to be the greatest feeling in the world to get that win
I remember watching this game when I was a kid. We barely watched sports in our house but for some reason I remember my dad sitting down with us to watch this.
Even people that didn't watch basketball....watched when MJ was in the playoffs. That's the difference between now and then.
@Kelly Moore cuz he‘s equal or argubly better than him
Yeah I haven’t watch a single basket ball match after he left chicago !!
Agreed. I was a Sonic fan back in the days of Kemp and Payton. When them two faced off we watched! Not this pansy NBA today. I cannot remember the last time I watched a full NBA game. It's a joke now!
Same with Mike Tyson and Tiger Woods. Some athletes transcend their sport, and no one did that quite like MJ.
The atmosphere, the energy, and the vibe when you watch MJ plays are just different and unique from the rest.. just sayin'....
Everytime I feel like giving up,I come here and watch this.It gives me motivation to keep going
8:58 gives me chills seeing the bulls bench get up so urgent and everybody in the building knows he going to take that last shot🔥
What a final moment for MJ, Stealing the ball to Karl, then Scored, and eventully winning the Championship, this signifies the great career of Jordan. (DPOY, MVP, And A Champion)
MJ hits a quick layup, then makes the steal, then crosses the hell out of Russell, THEN buries the game winning shot. LEGEND.
@B H LeBron would have demanded a Trade
@The 12th Player Academy no u mean, LeBron would demanded a Trade
@RaidersACDC 489 u look like a Raiders fan
Utah Jazz haven't been the same since. Sure they've been good but not championship level good.
yeah the free throw shot was incredible but the defensive play before was equally good. The way he ran over and the power he swatted the ball then looking at where it landed and judging where to pick it up
8:52 I just love how the Bull's bench jumps up at the steal. You can see pure 'hope' in that!
I got excited whenever I watch this, this is true sportsmanship that any athlete should learn.
recordar es volver a vivir 😢🎉😂 disfrute y sufrí mucho esa final hace 24 años, Jordan grande el más grande de la historia de la NBA, para mi punto de vista, saludos y bendiciones
Its nuts. In the last 1:11 of live play no Bull touches the ball but Michael. He got a rebound, 2 free throws, a quick score, a steal and a game winner. The amount of pressure he played with and accepted is insane. His teammates allowed this because they knew he would bring them home in the clutch. How could his GOAT status ever be questioned?
@James Estelle was it game 6 of the nba finals? were his opponents trying as hard as they were here?
@James Estelle Yea scoring 60 points is more exciting than winning a Championship and hitting the game winning shot and making the defensive play of the game. Sure bud lol smh! Kobe would literally curse you out for having that opinion. Seriously he really would!
the point is no one dared denying the ball to him that fear was MJ
What a player was MJ, can defend and score, high IQ. The best ever.
Jordan, Stockman, Malone and Rodman. Legends all in one place.
The view count on this video tells the story of Jordan's greatness. There will never, ever be an NBA game that garners more eyeballs than Jordan's last one in Chicago. It's the most famous basketball game of all time.
I've watched thisA thousand timesNever gets old
These last three minutes of this game feels so much more satisfying after watching the last dance
@A Person Remain forever juvenile (and watch Juventus play your fav game)🤣🤣🤣
@Paul Johnson you been in lockdown to long Paul. The lights are on but nobody home🤣
@Paul Johnson anymore assumptions from you Paul?🤣
Love this game I'm so glad I witnessed it as kid and I love NBC theme song too 🙌🏾
Remember going coming across this video years ago when I was broke and leaving my ex wife's place after she kicked me out. Don't ever give up in life...no matter how bad you're hurt by the people you love, keep pushing.
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I can't forgot this game, intense and super play...I love it much that time.
Never gets old watching MJ!
Jordan was so clutch at the end, he single handedly finished the game. Drew a foul to stop the clock then sank both free throws, quick 4 second score to put the Bulls down by 1, forced a takeaway, then let the clock run and sank the final bucket to go up by 1 with 5 seconds left. Simply amazing. He knows how to win.
And yet u still read his comment and replied lol...So what’s ur point
Yeah, we watched the video.
his shots were coming up short so he attacked the basket to get layups or draw a foul because each foul would put him at the line. The style of play was different then. Today they would just start launching 3's. They don't even bother doing anything else, it ruined the game IMO
Stockton and Malone were definitely deserving of a championship. Sad they never won 1
20 years old back then, playing basketball since I was 8 years old, sitting in southern germany in front of my TV, inhaling every second of NBA basketball and MJ I could find in the pre internet era. It was the pinnacle of basketball for me. Even the Mavericks championship in '11 could not reach that, although im a big Dirk/Mavericks fan.
There will never be another one like him and every body was good but Jordan's the greatest 👍👍👍
I remember watching this live, such an awesome game, but you just knew when push came to shove Jordan would be there and get it done. 👍💪
This is what I call the ultimate opponent...A man with the desire to win. Courage to overcome all challenges...
MJ will always be known as the greatest player of all time
@Brian Ping there wasn't any good players??? Dude you're delusional.....
@Keif Who is for u ?
I remember watching this in Chicago. Insane!! Only Jordan can do this. The only GOAT. No one else comes close. End of story!
I remember watching that game live with my grandma on tv man i just watched it now and i get the same chills . I feel so blessed to watch God disguised as MJ . I aint gonna lie i cried then and im crying now great memories
The greatest ever, no doubt!!!
Damn, brings back amazing memories 😍 ❤️ I stopped watching after the legends left 😢
Phil Jackson talked about this in an interview before. He mentioned how Michael’s jumpshot hadn’t been falling this game, he was letting his hand go early and not following through. So when Bulls called the timeout at 41 seconds, he told michael as soon as you get the ball attack the basket immediately, don’t settle for a shot, then after you score (which I love how Phil was so confident predicting MJ would score), he told Michael that on defense Jazz are gonna run the cross baseline pick to Malone. Phil told MJ to come around and try to see if he can get a strip on the ball. Same play Michael goes down and scores, on a jumpshot I might add, which he makes sure to follow through lol. Crazy how in unison Phil and Mike were, Phil with the awareness and advice for MJ, and of course Michael went out and executed to perfection. Shows how much they both trusted each other.
MJ was a leader from the first second as a bulls player. Take a look at his first matches, he was not playing like a rookie.
two brilliant minds synch. its really amazing and inspiring
El mejor jugador de la NBA que me tocó ver por TV, incrible la magia de este jugador Kobe estuvo muy cerca de ser como Jordan.
Kobe fue un superdotado y acuérdate que aprendió de MJ...
Everybody wanted to be like Mike.
i think they are the same. Both are absolute legends finishing their carriers on Peak.
Eres la gran leyenda mundial así como muchos figuras de ese tiempo .... Hay mucho jugadores de este tiempos que se atreve a comparar con los jugadores de esa épocas y más a este gran figuras del básquet mis respetos a ti y los otros jugadores
Man every time I see this reminds seeing this as 7 year old with my dad on the couch brings chills
MICHAEL JORDAN EL MEJOR DE LA HISTORIA DE LA NBA
This 3 minutes does feel like 13 minutes and 45 seconds
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Сколько абсолютно равнодушных к спорту полюбили баскет благодаря Майклу и его команде Пиппен, красавчик Родман- легенды. И соперники я впервые увидел серию с Фениксом и все остальные матчи писались на VHS. Баскетбол вселенная и Майкл Джордан ее божество.
I was a teenager during this time and see Jordan and the other greats playing NBA was magic then
Повезло посмотреть в живом эфире. Просто фантастика, именно в таких моментах и проявляется величие Игрока и Человека!
После Джордана перестал смотреть НБА
I remember this game as a kid. MJ is the GOAT
Everything demonstrated in this last quarter from Jordan: defence, steals, pressure, mental maturity, offence, team work and leadership mixed with an insatiable will to win, players like this come once in a lifetime, he is the greatest basketball player The world has ever seen because he is the complete player. There was even a computer game released in the 90s where the developer decided not to include Michael Jordan as a player you could access because he’d be too good and it would ruin the game lol.
Nobody knows how his mind worked in the last 4 min. Utah was beaten twice !!!
The greatest player of all time.
This is by far the sweetest championship game 🎯 winner 🏆 by the deadliest no doubt about it MICHAEL JORDAN' what a way to go goat he is the most complete 💯 player you would ever see for the younger generation please watch his greatness
I loved this NBA i was 9 years old during this game and remember my whole family watching this and everyone talking about it for a week. Im so glad I got to live this moment in time people today just dont understand how big this series was.
I remember watching this game at my mother's in law house with my brother in law down in the basement, at the very end when Stockton shoots and fails as the ball rebounds and the clock expires, I remember my brother in law saying "They won" we looked each other and started jumping of joy, it was awesome, my wife was in the living room with her mom and came down running because they heard all the noise we were making, they were not basketball fans so they didn't understand why we were so happy.
The best thing about Jordan is that he NEVER gives up. Most people, there at the end when Malone had the ball would have just ran down the court to get ready to defend. But not Jordan. He is simply on another level, beyond even the best then and now.And on the winning shot, he really didn't push Russell. His hand was on Russell, yes, but when Jordan stopped on a dime to make the shot, Russell got his ankles broken basically, and caused the illusion that he was pushed. I watched it live, and it seems just like yesterday. Since Jordan left, I really haven't watched much basketball, though I did watch Lebron through the playoffs this year. He is very good, in the ball park of Jordan talent-wise, but here's the difference: Lebron makes mistakes that Jordan never did, such as errant passes, passing when he should continue a drive to the hoop, complaining to a ref while the other team is taking the ball back across the court.
Ahh what a fantastic Finish... When all in a team trust in every player to give there ALL in every game no matter the odds. Truly amazed by Jordan, Pipin, Stockton, Malone, Both teams were @ the Best. Glad to see it over & over again.
The 90s were my teens into 20s and I got to see MJs whole career as a Bull!!!!I wouldn’t trade that for anything!!!!!!
I was 6 at the time... I wasn't even interested in basketball but everytime I watch this, gives me goosebumps
I started watching the Bulls and basketball in 1979. There will never be another era like the Jordan era.
I forgot the last 3 minutes of a basketball game actually takes 13 minutes.
Nowadays it takes 30 mins
Puskar thapa u must be young,because Mj has bigger hands and way more clutch than kd. The only thing that kd got on mike is height,that's it. MJ could do it all on the offensive and defensive side,no weaknesses. Get ur facts strait,lol.
But in slamdunk it takes 1 week? 😂😂😂
@K l .
If only there was a time machine 😪 so I can go back and watch this series live again
Why? You already know who´s gonna win.
how many times I watch this video unbelievable shot MJ.I never forget that shot MJ..
9:11 just to watch him take that last shot of being in the nba is just pure fire Mj will always be remembered as the greatest nba player of all times
@Liam The Pancake Bunny fr lmao
@M bruh what does this comment have to do with the video or his comment. Like you are waisting your time typing that goofy comment 🤡
@M it was just my opinion u didnt have to waste time to put all tht
Soccer is the greatest sport on Earth with over 4 Billion fans and massively popular in over 240 nations including dependencies. Basketball only has 825 million fans and massive in less than 30 countries. Soccer is more popular than basketball in over 230 nations including India. Baseball is only popular in less than 15 countries while American football is only big in the USA. UFC and WWE however is a minor sport in every country. Soccer will be the number 1 sport in the USA and Philliphines by 2060 cskcxjpkscn
This was legendary the year before it was the SuperSonics with Kemp and Payton and Schrimfh, following Jazz right here with Malone Stockton Hornacek and man this was it legendary MJ and BullsWill never forget this game and this MJ performance
Longest 3 minutes of my life
He left his spot in the world, dude.Whoever who lefts his spot on the world is a legend. 🦌
Yeah I remember watching this in Chicago with my dad and he hates sports but couldn't deny watching Michael Jordan and the Bulls.
Que saudade dessa época😔
Legend ends his basketball career as a legend One of the greatest last matches in history
I got say Jordan, and Larry Bird were the two greatest basketball players ever, they played with heart for sure.
Aun recuerdo este juego como si fuera ayer, me comia las uñas jaja fue una final espectacular mis mejores tiempos de adolescencia
HE PLAYED SO CALM THE LAST 3 MINUTES REALLY A GOAT.....
@M Soccer is great in Europe but the MLS is a joke
@M What does this have to do with the comment you replied to or the video? Basketball was created around 1891 where as soccer has been around much much longer than that so of course it's going to be more popular and have more fans worldwide. Who brags about sport popularity? Thats Bozo commenting at it's finest! Also did you know that Michael Jordan has part ownership of Paris Saint-Germain and LeBron James has partial ownership of Liverpool FC?
@Jose Carranza cry about it
Theeeeeee greatest defensive offensive sequence in the history of sports
This how three minutes looked in the game of basketball back then... I always tell people during that era people would leave the stadium and find out once they got on the outside that the bulls came back and won. They played their hearts out to the very end.
I remember watching this game when it happened and I couldn't believe it. Both ways how could the jazz blow this and how could refs give to them ( being the Bulls),and. Mind you the Bulls had to make those shots!I was in awe!
Mi madrecita querida veíamos jugar a los Bulls, le encantaba Michael Jordan