November 15, 2011 BY John Kim
What a difference a few years makes. In Game 6 of the 1995 Eastern Conference Finals, Michael attempted the Bulls’ ‘last shot’ of the game, but ended up making an errant pass in mid-air that led to a turnover and an eventual loss. How did Michael bounce back? By leading the Bulls to the greatest NBA team record of all-time and winning three straight championships. Yikes. So in 1998 in another Game 6 scenario, Michael stuck with his primary weapon – his mid-range jumper – and sealed the deal by driving right, crossing back to his left, and shattering the hearts of 40,000+ Utah Jazz fans. It was a moment that defined Michael’s career, but let’s not forget that his defense was also one of the best ever (remember, he stole the ball from Karl Malone to set up that last shot scene). Dropping this December 17th will be the Air Jordan XIV ‘Last Shot’, one week before the Concords hit the stage. Must-have for you? Let us know what you think, and if you can’t wait to get these in your hand, snag a pair now on eBay.
Air Jordan XIV