19 years ago, Michael Jordan ended the Bulls’ dynasty with “The Last Shot”
Friday, June 16, 2017
June 14, 1998: the day Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls completed one of the greatest stretches in history of basketball. With the Bulls trailing 86-85 inside of the final minute and the Utah Jazz looking to force a Game 7 at home in the 1998 NBA Finals, Karl Malone got the ball on the low block. What happened next was one of the most memorable moments in NBA history. (Pippen Ain't Easy)
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