February 17, 2013 BY John Kim
A statue of Jordan is erected in the front of the United Center in November of 1994.
The Love of the Game is rekindled as Jordan announces a come-back to the Bulls. He’d wear the ’45’ jersey for the remainder of the ’95 season, dropping the “double-nickel” on the Knicks.
Michael debuts the Air Jordan XI without Tinker Hatfield’s consent. Necks are broken.
NBA officials didn’t approve of the colors on Jordan’s shoes. Here he is wearing a pair of Penny Hardaway’s Air Flight One.
How does Jordan respond to losing in the Playoffs? By leading the Bulls to the greatest regular-season record in history and a fourth NBA Title.
Emotions run extremely high as Jordan wins his fourth ring on Father’s Day. Some say Jordan “let” the Sonics win Game 4 and 5 so that he could win on the Father’s Day.
In November of 1996, the movie Space Jam debuts.
A big-time match-up between old and new as Jordan defends the diminutive yet equally ferocious Allen Iverson.
With a sickening flu invading his body, Jordan displays an out-of-body experience and goes for 38 points in what is now known as the “Flu Game”.
Jordan and Kobe go head to head in the ’98 All-Star Game. Many view this as the “passing of the torch”.
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