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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
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@Alberto López u trollin bro if u think Westbrook is better than the goat
@Barristan...Bahahahaha...Larry Bird couldn’t play like MJ in his most flattering dreams.He himself said as much about MJ when he called him ‘God disguised as MJ’.Ain’t no gettin around that comment from a prime Larry Bird said about a 2nd year MJ.An MJ that hadn’t even won one mvp yet,hadn’t even won one championship yet,etc...
@Alberto...Lmao...U just let everyone know ur brain doesn’t work to well
@Ben...No need to explain to people like him...MJ is #1 all-time in P.E.R (player efficiency rating) in both reg season and playoffs.That wouldn’t be possible if what he said was anywhere near true.
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?
@acorn sucks He did list everything that Michael Jordan had to literally do in the last 1:11 in order for Chicago to close out that series.You can list Kerr and Paxson all you want but that doesn't compare to getting a rebound, 2 free throws, a quick score, a steal, and a game winning shot. Keep in mind Pippen was limited with a back injury; your 2nd option is a non-factor and no one else in the game was impacting the game on that same level here.This is what it means when they say "I want the ball in my best player's hands".Heck, Isiah Thomas, the guy who has the most beef with Jordan, even said it right here "at the end of the game you have got to get it out of his (Jordan's) hands" and "at the end of the game he's a killer!"Isiah KNOWS that you don't want Michael Jordan to take that last shot as an opponent because he's a legit proven threat; it scares the living fuck outta you as an opponent.You WANT Kerr or Paxson to take the last shot because it's making someone else other than Jordan; the guy you KNOW can beat you, beat you. So their shots don't hold the same impact.Are they important? Yes! But are they more impressive than literally making every essential play down the stretch iced with a game winning shot? Hell no!
@acorn sucks he said nobody touched it down the stretch in THIS game. Your reply abs logic is why is wrong ha.
@Yusuf I'm not a LeBron fanboy btw I couldn't really care less. I just really don't understand the MJ hope, he retired at 30 too, would love to see his averages if he played til Lebrons age 😂
MJ will always be known as the greatest player of all time
@Perfect King thank God someone has some sense on here. Yes sir perfect king, LeBron James is the G.O.A.T and always will be.
Nope LeBron better
@David Buzuki so ur saying LeBron is average??? Well ask Google who the best of all time is. It says two people mj and lj but it says LeBron is a all around better player. So that would make him the goat. CASE CLOSED!!!!####$$$$****☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆
@Brian Ping LeBron is average for small forwards when it comes to rebounds, and many other stats. Jason Kidd had 6.3 rebounds and was regarded as one of the best rebounding guards ever. Brook Lopez had 6.4 rebounds and was regarded as one of the worst rebounders in history.
@goat james no way
Remember, Jordan has 45 points in a 87-86 game, that is absolutely insane, not only does he have a crazy 45 he has scored majority of his teams points
Wilt Chamberlin has a 100 point game that's even more incredible. Not trying to take away from Jordan.
Greatest scorer ever. Highest PPG for his career at 30.12 and highest PPG in playoff history at 33.4. 10 scoring titles, the most of any other player ever WHILE making over 50% of his FG shots for his career. GOAT
@David Prusinski That game was blatantly scripted
@Mingyu hatdog Kobe scored 60 of his teams 101 points in his final game, and single handedly brought his team back to win when they were down 10 points with 2 minutes left in the game.
@Love such a weak argument
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.
This game is scripted.
@JeTPaK In that ERA there was this Team called the Detoit Pistons and if that team played today everyone of these players today would retire out of sheer fear!! 🤣
DVD's only have an expected lifetime of like 30 years, you should take a look at ways to digitize your stuff and then also back it up properly.Expected lifetime does not equal guaranteed lifetime, so you're in danger of losing data already.Just my 2 cents.
@JeTPaK Jealousy is the trait of an insecure boy. A real confident man appreciates others talents. It’s time to grow up Son
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.
@Snowy Yeti Scripted
@Snowy Yeti Virgin.
not one of the greatest, but the greatest
Me too vanderley me too
in the 90's watching Michael and the Bulls on the NBA on NBC was unmissable. We were spoiled.Watching this live, I lost my mind on the steal off Malone. So insane.There will never be another MJ.
Kobe was a modern MJ with a 3 point shot
Wish I could have seen Larry bird in his prime as well as Wilt Chamberlin, and Robinson. Those years were Just as epic but most people from Wilt Chamberlin and Robinsons time are gone. I saw all the 90's and I'm glad I was there to see it.
Read my name😝
This iconic performance in his last game as a Bull cemented MJ's place as the GOAT.
TB12 minus 1, tho. A beast nevertheless.
There will never be another Michael Jordan in history. Straight killer 🐐
@Mike B in no order LebronMjTim DuncanShaqWiltKobeLarry birdMagic KareemBill Russell
@Stephon maple Listen...give me your top ten and Ill adjust it for you. Also, who is talking about Larry Bird? You know who scored more than 8 points in every playoff game they played? Everyone that belongs in the top 10. Also, that is just a starting point...we can go into MANY more points about why LBJ has played himself out. Quitting on his team (multiple times) being one, FTs (especially in the 4th Quarter lol), Turnovers... etc, etc
@Mike B Larry bird scored 8 points in a finals game aswell tho and if Lebron isn’t in your top 10 then who is
@Stephon maple Its delusional to think he belongs in the Top 10 at this point. He played (quit) himself out of the top 10.Also he had 7 points in a playoff game against a geriatric Spurs team.
@Mike B this is BEYOND DELUSIONAL LMFAO
Still the greatest nba final ever. I remember watching him make that shot. I was a huge bulls fan
@Cactus Jack no way. Its different today
It was called Glory Days! I hear you brother!
@osyrys do you know why he was suspended?
@Cactus Jack You mean the rigged finals where Draymond was wrongly suspended? I enjoyed the series, but come on
@Cactus Jack nah
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.
@Marcelo Konrath awesome
@Marcelo Konrath yes
@M 240 countries?? That's a lot considering there's only 197 countries on earth. Where did you find this shit, Wikipedia?
I remember M.J. saying the mailman don't delivers on Sundays after the win.
That steal on Malone to set up ‘the shot’ is legendary, what a play 🔥
That steal was absolutely brilliant. It's the perfect example of everyone playing their part, but Jordan completely playing his own game. He was supposed to break away. That's what every player does - stick with your opposing player. Jordan just stood there, looking at the ball. You can see completely how he just stood there, saw the ball, and fought against his own muscle memory and impulse to break away and play his part, but instead he ignored all that and went for the ball. It took Malone completely by surprise. Malone never expected an extra hand to materialize out of thin air. It was a beautiful, beautiful sight. Jordan just took the damn ball. And that was exactly why they won. The would have been 3 under had it not been for that steal. Even with Jordan's last basket they would have still be 1 under. That steal won the game in my opinion. It was brilliant!
@See It 2wice that last 40+ seconds is just my all time favourite. I could watch it over and over again
Not to mention the layup right before to force a 2 for 1 and bring them to within 1. Greatest sequence of basketball by an individual player ever.
Goosebumps every time I see that shot
I really don’t know how people can debate on GOAT status. This clip says it all. Every player has an off night but MJ the only one I know that when it’s time to turn it on, can flip a switch and single handedly will his team to victory. It was one on five and MJ won!
Yeah only kid think different
Intense....We know how it ends and I'm still over here in tears. MJ the Great!
y por qué lloras?
MJ hits a quick layup, then makes the steal, then crosses the hell out of Russell, THEN buries the game winning shot. LEGEND.
@mexicoloco12 4 - 6 cry about it
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@Anthony P Still don't matter period mj still the fukin best period don't care about lebron
@Jermaine Durham y’all act like he’s god and like it didn’t take him getting one of the best second options ever just for him to make the finals. LeBron was on a team full of bums besides love and still managed to beat the entire eastern conference
@Anthony P Nah don't think so it wouldn't b lik that wit mj hell naw
Greatest basketball player of all time. No questions to be asked
Still gives me goosebumps I grew up watching 90's basketball 🏀
Still gives me goosebumps till this day. I lived those years with everything I had. This is why he was Mike, that's why they were Da' Bulls! Best years of my life as a sports fan. Chicago Bulls always!
I was there live I remember the arena being loud and crazy the whole game when Michael hit that shot I never see the energy sucked out like that before grown men were crying kids were crying women in awe people jumping up heading for the exits people frozen in the crowd a silence went over the arena I’ve been to Super Bowls World Series Stanley Cups this the most cold blooded shit I’ve ever seen bless to had witness history and greatness
You needto go to a soccer game to see the difference
IMO, the last 40 seconds is the greatest performance in team sports history. GOAT
Michael Jordan will forever be remembered for taking his basketball skills to the 🏀 extreme. Now a days teams are handpicked and Jordan never had to pick his team to win 6 NBA Championships.You talk the talk, might as well walk the walk like Jordan did...
the last 40 seconds was just amazing to watch and still is unbelievable
That was unforgetablly great and astounding...how Jordan under so much pressure pulled off that game winning shot...the best of the best!!!
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.
@Seven Moore kukoc was one of the best European players an yes he was a all star caliber player
@Jacob Brock Was a kukoc an all-star or super star or hof player. When he came to Chicago??
@Seven Moore they brought in kukoc an the Rodman the next year sounds like you don’t know what your talking about they added a few other people to Steve Kerr I’d have to really think about it this is almost 30 years ago
@Jacob Brock The only person they added was Dennis Rodman. The rest was just good role players. Because mj made his teammates better
What a legend broddie🔥🔥 i still get chills watching this .. the goat
No matter how many times I see this, I still get goosebumps to this day watching this. This has and always will be my most cherished basketball experience ever.
The 90's NBA is a very special era that'll never happen again.
@GalaxyNonGamer HELL NO!!!!
already happened. 2010's
Sigo emocionandome igual con ese juego desde que lo vi por primera vez.
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
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.
@D C The refs owed them a soft call after the BS call on Rodman.
@Jawayne 224 And for the 2nd 3-peat no less
I watched this live with my dad when I was a kid. I'm was AMAZING to see live. Man, there was no one better under pressure than MJ.
I still get goosebumps watching this game .the shot that Michael Jordan hit with a few seconds on the clock left was a miracle this final championship game that Michael Jordan played in was epic and I got to witness it .... it was just amazing to see the Bulls win another championship with Michael Jordan shooting the Last shot.
The GOAT...plain and simple.
That is pure Greatness. Legendary.
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
The will and the skill to win. GOAT!
MJ has 4 points and 1 steal in 32 seconds in the last minute to win the game, GOAT!😍😍
Even people that didn't watch basketball....watched when MJ was in the playoffs. That's the difference between now and then.
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.
exactly. i dont like basketball but i watched this as a kid a d came back many year later to watch this again. wow.
Michael Jordan played a hell of a game and he gave it all he could till the end.
the greatest sports performance in human history. ❤️
Yo ví este partido en TV en tiempo real y aún sabiendo lo que sucederá aún me emociono como aquel día!!!...
I watch it many times, but still I never felt tired...MJ era still the beast💪💪
I remember watching this game. I knew it was NBA history, the last sequence, MJ layup, steal and game winning jumper. The greatest clutch sequence in the history of the NBA finals. Still gives me goose bumps to this day. Always and forever grateful I got to see MJ play…
@J G Its football. Im a football fan and this was completely unnecessary.
@Brian RICHARDSON cmon!just watch ur lebron soft era basketball!then cry with him !feed him also with the grass for the goat🤣🤣🤣
@J G and so?🤣🤣🤣
Школьником смотрел эту выдающуюся серию, эх 90-е:)))В то Чикаго было не возможно не влюбиться, а главный кудесник-выдающийся баскетболист за всю историю, великий Майкл Джордан!!! :))))
This iconic performance in his last game as a Bull cemented MJ's place as the GOAT
most people dont understand that winning a ring requires the playoffs,thats 6 more weeks of basketball. over 3 years twice is a rough life. he had 1-2 more left in him at this time.
This man taught me how much time we really have in three seconds, let alone three minutes.
The greatest ever, I was watching this live.
I remember watching this like it was yesterday. Like many people, I wanted to see Utah win because Stockton, Malone, Hornacek deserved a championship and the bulls had won so many. But after that final minute, I remember thinking Jordan just wanted it more than those guys. The truly great athletes rise up when the title is on the line-this is one of the best examples.
@Manu Ginobilis Bald Spot the bulls won the game because MJ had more helped. They had more talents at the time. The jazz were underdogs
The bulls should be ashamed if they did not won the series because they are more talented than the Jazz
Utas Jazz were underdog
@ryanr20091 that wasn't kobes team that was Shaqs team. Stop giving all the credit to kobe
The refs also made a few errors and the jazz choked. Eisleys 3 at the end of the first half was wrongly not counted, Ron harpers shot that shouldn't of counted was.. not to discredit this great performance
The clutch FTs, the clutch jumper, the clutch steals....at 35 years old...the GOAT.
I watched this game back in the 90s as a teen and was struck so much by what went down that every now and then I search for it to watch just this part. Legendary! MJ is the indisputable GOAT.
I never missed a bulls game as a kid when Mike played for them! That man is a legend!!!
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.
@Monkey Lord He lost 6 finals. What you talking about lol 😆
@Sport Cards Brass Trains VideoGames sometimes you have to be a balloon and take the game over ..
And nowadays we have Pippen talking out of his backpipe claiming to be better than Jordan and talking crap behind Jordan's back...Jordan retired for almost 2 years leaving Pip to carry the team, what happened then? He did rubbish!
Love him or hate him, there will be no other. Legend.
🦅 is the true GOAT
that´s me...on PS4
No soy fan del basket, pero ver a Michael Jordan, es algo increíble, el mejor de todos los tiempos, hacía todo y lo daba todo.
I was born in the same year of this game (1998), and I've repeatedly watched this game for over 50 times. There're a full panoply of games and players pretty enjoyable in NBA right now, but the era then is definitely something incomparable
thats a good panoply of basket knowledge!man
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.
two brilliant minds synch. its really amazing and inspiring
the defensive play and the buckets!smh mj is amazing, Every time I watch this highlight I see something different, I don’t even believe I noticed it back then but he had more than half the points of the entire team. insane
Ahhhh...The Memories!! I Vividly Remember This Game As If It Was Yesterday!! This 2nd 3 Peat Was My Junior Year In High School. This Was LITERALLY Like The Last Year I Watched The NBA!! After Michael and Scottie Left This Chicago Bulls Dynasty...The Excitement And Love For The Game Just Wasn’t The Same. 🏀
Great O foul by MJ!!
The steal on Karl Malon in the last minute..amazing how MJ used to read the game while it played. the first best athlete i ever seen(Leonal Messi - the second)
LOL at Messi, he' s not even close to be the goat of his own sport in terms of skills, let alone the charisma, the drive, and the leadership, all things that Messi never had. MJ is another galaxy. Maradona is the closest footballer to him, in being the most skillful of all time and the greatest charismatic aura ever ( in football, as MJ was in basket).
That. NEVER. Gets. Old. Simply an unmatched ending to a career, virtuoso. Thanks for the video.
@thales silva Perfect.
What is virtuoso?
8:30 Phil Jackson absolutely called everything that happened in this 36-second sequence in an interview -- he told Mike that he needed to follow-through on his shot, that they needed a quick two, but he knew once Michael scored that on the other side Hornacek was going to set the back screen to get Malone on the block for Stockton to dump it into the post. Michael is gassed but he recognized it, stripped it, and in his shot he followed through. Amazing example of how even the greatest player of all time was coachable all the way to his last meaningful possession.
I remember where I was watching this game live. Such a great moment.
I love it when at the end of game Steve Kerr hugs Jordan and says “You are f…..g unbelievable” then Phil Jacson hugs him and says “My God that was beautiful! What a finish!” Then other teammates come and thank him. Even his teammates and coach are in awe what he did in the last 3 minutes.
9:55This was the game winner.Jerry Sloan Dropped the ball as a coach. The play was designed to go to Malone and he put Hornacek next to him. This puts Rodman AND Jordan in position to double team were the ball is going.That being said; Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, Kucoc and Harper were on the floor for the Bulls. Probably the greatest Defensive 5 in the game.
MJ literately got the ball every single time to lead them to victory. awesome
@John Tauber he smart enough to know his team can score yet he got alot of finals losses🤣🤣
@D C you are right. Kobe is the only other player who looked like Jordan the way he played. But not on his actual level. Kobe still an all time great though which really shows how legendary MJ was.
@Noel...Kobe’s game only LOOKS LIKE MJ...He’s nowhere near MJ either...If kobe was as everyone loves to claim,’the closest thing bla bla bla’ then the results of said game would’ve been WAY closer...Not talking about 5 & 6...I’m talking about 1mvp compared to 5mvps.Im talking about 1 scoring title (in a much softer league) compared to 10 scoring titles,in a row.
Blade's Arcade except 1995 against Orlando
BLADE 1513 everytime...lol
We love MJ. He was the best basketball player of all time
Read my name😊
Greatest player ever , wow
that was AMAZING 6 TITLES! hands down jordan the best
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?🤣
@Paul Johnson you should brush up on your assumptions.lol
The most beautiful 3 mins of my life and I’ve had many 3 min moments 🥲
Великий игрок!Горжусь что видел эти серии с этими Легендами именно в 97 и 98 году!..)
Stockton and Malone were so good together. They came up short 2 years in a row to the Bulls and made deep runs in other years. If they had one more piece to take the pressure off of Malone and give Stockton more options I believe they would of won one of these years.
That's why Michael Jordan is the G.O.A.T
this feels like a dramatic sequence.. just Saiyan!!🔥🔥
I remember this game as was yesterday, I had 12 years...see the last game of MJ the greatest will be 4ever in my mind.
I remember sitting in the living room at 16 , no finger nails left , praying MJ would make somethin happen. When he stole the ball from The mailman and came down and hit that jumpshot ? I didn't go crazy , I immediately looked down at the clock. I figured they'd left too much time for Karl and Stockton . I was wrong. Golden age of basketball right here in my eyes. I was blessed to get to watch this savant create a masterpiece every time he stepped on the court . Thank you Michael for all the great memories . #onlyonegoat
I got chills with that shot at 5 seconds ... just like when I watched it in real time.
*Everything about this moment is so perfect.* Down by one point. Has the ball. Crosses the opponent. Hits the shot. Forty-Five points. Six championships. Second Three-peat.
@Shmeglebop The push , thats a GOAT move.
@D C I’m not wrong, jazz made jazz stickers saying “Jordan pushed off” I live in Utah and a lot of people still have them
Yea that’s what I thought...but I do understand.Its much harder to admit ur wrong or confirm someone else is right in ‘public’.
Man I loved the jazz I was so heart broken when they lost the finals.
I remember watching this game and I remember the absolute horror when my friend would choose the Jazz and drain 3 pointers on Sega Genesis with Stockton all night long.
Para mí el mejor jugador de baloncesto que jamás halla pisado un tabloncillo!!
If that's the last image of Michael Jordan, how magnificent is it?
@ImEternal clout chaser
You couldn’t understand the gravity to which of how this ended you’re probably too ever saw him play you don’t understand how dominant he was
@LeUltraInstinct his Wizards days was like a normal person playing pick up games at the Y.
Man I watch this and it brings me back to my child hood it never gets old!!!
I can’t imagine what bars sounded like in Chicago, 20 minutes away from the madhouse we were all losing it at home.
The final shot is brilliant. Pause at 9:10ish and you can see how horizontal Jordan is which gives him more power on his push off to get open. And of course he buries the jumper. GOAT
This 3 minutes does feel like 13 minutes and 45 seconds
Maybe your brain 8s a bit tooo laggy
@Randy bobandy that's what she said
@AndaSOL how many ja’s makes it lol
I’m looking at the title and the time of the video I’m like damn u got a funny idea of 3 minutes lol
Feels more like 13 hours and 45 years
Perfectly! a legendary game!
So glad I know how this ends..Such a great game..
Imagine playing defense like this today 😭
He scored 45 pts out of 87 thats insane
I'm a Magic Johnson and Showtime fan but good lord Mr. Jordan is a GOAT, UNICORN of Basketball, MASTER of the Game, and a KILLER to your basketball soul. No one come close to this man.
@nikki dew 🤣🤣🤣🤣 God doesn’t like liars
@nikki dew how ?? he crying to ref bro lebron ix a leflop hahahah
. lol Go somewhere with your (Ifs) what if AD was guarding LeBron? What if LeBron stayed in Cleveland?!?!
@Rends YouDontKnowMe MJ is the GOAT when it matters. Look. Michael Jordan Finals Career Average:YearOpponent G MPG FG% 3P% FT% ORB DRB RPG APG SPG BPG TO PF PPG1990-91 Lakers 5 44.0 .558 .500 .848 1.6 5.0 6.6 11.4 2.8 1.40 3.6 3.6 31.21991-92 Trail Blazers 6 42.3 .526 .429 .891 1.0 3.8 4.8 6.5 1.7 0.33 2.0 3.5 35.81992-93 Suns 6 45.7 .508 .400 .694 2.5 6.0 8.5 6.3 1.7 0.67 2.7 3.3 41.01995-96 Supersonics 6 42.0 .415 .316 .836 1.7 3.7 5.3 4.2 1.7 0.17 3.0 2.8 27.31996-97 Jazz 6 42.7 .456 .320 .764 1.5 5.5 7.0 6.0 1.2 0.83 2.2 2.3 32.31997-98 Jazz 6 41.7 .427 .308 .814 1.5 2.5 4.0 2.3 1.8 0.67 1.7 2.2 33.5Finals 35 43.0 .481 .368 .806 1.8 4.4 6.0 6.0 1.8 0.66 2.4 2.9 33.6He Average 33.6 In the finals..with such difficultiy. Btw he averaged 41 points against the Suns which had Charles Barkley. All these teams he faced against, they were all hall of famers and top of their profession.
@ 8:50... To knock the ball out of Karl Malone's vice grip showed just how strong Michael Jordan was. 💪 That steal should be talked about more.