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On the 20th anniversary of an iconic Game 6, six facts about the ‘Last Shot’ Air Jordan 14s


It was a missed shot, not just the most revered game-winner of Michael Jordan’s career, that made the Air Jordan 14 iconic. It began with the final play in Game 5 of the 1998 NBA Finals between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz. With 0.8 seconds remaining and the Bulls trailing 83-81, coach Phil Jackson drew up a play to get the ball to the greatest of all time. (The Undefeated)

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