Jordan's iconic final shot as a Bull requires a deep rewind | 1998 NBA Finals Game 6

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jumpstart55million : Damn...Jordan was on a different level.

Ameri : Hyped if this is a new series, really fun to watch

Isaiah Watson : NBA needs to go back to the best of 5 games in the first rounds

Craig Allen Bodenschatz : This. This is incredible in every way. It’s all the things I have forgotten since, or didn’t catch when, I was a kid and a Jordan maniac.

wavenstein : According to today's sports talk media. This is not a clutch shot because the buzzer didn't go off.

Josh Castro : This video is so well made I was confused it wasn’t Jon Bois

McJohnson : Ooh, this is a well put together video. If this is a new series, I'm all in.

juice lopez : Do a deep rewind for the david tyree catch in the superbowl

Keaundrey Clark : The Jazz scored 54 points in a finals game. Holy hell.

Jamees Woodhouse : Drogba in the champions league final 2012 , late goal and winning penalty

Jtbuckets : I hate how all these 15, 16 and 17 year old that have never picked up a basketball say he played against weak competition

Mazen Abu Ghazaleh : i know its recent, but a breakdown on kyries shot on curry in game 7 of 2016 or ray allen 3 in game 6 in 2013 would be cool

Benjamin Kassel : 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Great video. Can’t wait for more of these. Some ideas: — Denkinger’s blown 1985 call — Bill Buckner in 1986 (May be good to mention his 1974 blunder as a Dodger too) — The Islanders winning their first Cup in 1980 on Bob Nystrom’s OT goal — David Freese in Game 6, 2011 — Havlicek stealing the ball — The New York Rangers’ Curse of 1940 and 1994 triumph, with a focus on the final two rounds — Bobby Orr’s flight in winning the Cup in 1970 — The Miracle on Manchester — Brad May and “May Day” — And finally, it’s little less universally appreciated, but a good one: The Avalanche winning the Stanley Cup in their first year in Denver. It could focus on the end of their time in Quebec, the famed Patrick Roy trade, and the final against the Panthers and their barrage of rats.

gotem nigah : Shannon Sharpe forgot to mention that everybody on the 98 squad was 33 and older compare to LeBron squad

Creepy Stares : he pushed off and the game refs favored the Bulls. Everybody that played them knew that and responded accordingly. Didn't work.

xaiver beaudin : So like we not gunna talk about the push off foul

Reggie Herod : People these days just dont understand how much of a legend MJ was, unlike LeBron every MJ game you watch you will see the hard work and love he really put in the game, and he never complained this man is legend and will always be the goat in my book.

Broken LeBrownie23 : Foul.

Trevor Leach : The true GOAT

Gabriel Relyea : Do Manchester city's premier league winning goal in 2012

June Amarillo : Only reason Jordan retired after the 1998 season was because the Bulls owner didn't wanna bring back Phil Jackson as head coach.

Mr UV : Notice how most game winners Lebron has hit were tie breakers, where as MJ hit WIN or LOSE shots, MUCH harder to swallow if you miss

Cornell Cannon : The refs cheated for the MJ’s Bulls. The Bogus shot clock violation on a made 3-pointer by Utah’s backup and the made shot by Ron Harper after the shot clock expired were both BLATANTLY bad calls. Refs who are good enough to be in the Finals wouldn’t miss calls like that accidentally. That was a huge 5-point swing that hurt Utah. And finally, the blatant push off by MJ on the game-winning shot. Obvious offensive foul, but it wasn’t called. The last of a series of bad calls that all favored the Bulls to help them win game 6. Shameful.

Lincoln Chambers : Do a rewind on game 2 of the 2011 NBA Finals: how the unlikely Mavs wound up in the Finals against the big 3, how miami handled game 1, and as they were dominating in the fourth quarter of game 2, Dwyane Wade makes a corner three to put the Heat up 15 with only seven min left. Talk about how Dirk had a reputation of choking in the playoffs, being "soft", and had already lost a Finals against D wade. But as Wade made that corner three, he held his follow through right in front of the Mavs bench... Long story short Dallas makes a furious comeback, shifts the entire momentum of the series (although the Heat would win game 3, Nowitzki had a chance to tie at buzzer) and Mavs ultimately end up winning championship. Hmu w a job too cuz these things come easy to me

Alex Leed : Love this series! Do Ray Allen's infamous 3 point shot to win Game 6 of the 2013 NBA finals please. A fun fact: radamel falcao, one of the best soccer players in the world at that time was right behind ray allen when the shot was made.

Yeesh : Do Dave Roberts stealing second base in Game 4 of the 2004 ALCS for a future one of these

dako91196 : This was a great video guys

Jansen Ravioli : Definitely need more of this. Needs to be a series. Also this a great piece of evidence why Jordan will always be the GOAT over Lebron. Being old and exhausted on every facet and having an injured dragging supporting cast. Still comes up with a sky high IQ steal, and the dagger of all daggers. But retarded 12 year olds today see a triple double from Lebron in the 2nd round and “hE’s tHe GReAteSt”

Michael Padilla : All the millennial lebum fans in here...let me know when LBJ hits a game winner to clutch a title...or when he hits free throws a layup a steal and a game winner like MJ in this game...kyrie saved lebum Ray Allen saved lebum ...other wise that terrible finals record looks worse....oh ya let me know when MJ disappears in a finals series like lebum vs mavs ...

Kobe Bryant : 72-10 was in 1996...

filmfan24 : 2003 ALCS Game 7. Everybody talks about Boone's homerun but they forget about Little leaving Martinez too long into the game which cost them the lead and Mariano Rivera pitching 3 shutout innings.

Pablo Martinez : CONTEXT is everything. Great video as always.

ty huggins : Quality idea for a show, but we do need to know about game 3, 54 points how only 54???

E J : Now that is clutch! It doesn't always have to be a buzzer beater, it's the moment. Down 1, if you miss, you lose. Not like some guy who only shoots when it's tied, absolutely no pressure when it misses, you simply get another 5 mins of game play. If they're down 1, I'm pretty sure he'll pass to Kyrie (who's clutch), or brick it and pray to God it somehow goes to Ray Allen (also clutch). 😂

Crash Bandicoot : Dude, this was straight up amazing. New series hype!

Lit101 - Games and Good Vibes : Wow. Jazz got robbed on those calls but Jordan won it for the Bulls fair and square with that Final pickpocket and pull-up.

TK14 NBA : Do Derek Fisher 0.4 seconds Larry Bird steal against Isiah Thomas Ray Allen game tying 3 against the Spurs

Charles Gonzalez : dude please make more of these. It would be dope for people to actually know the moments that we remember not just the stats or the achievements... and for the people saying push off just look at his body before MJ even puts his hand on him lmaoo he's already crossed before it happened

Theo Hanna : I only think the people who weren't around yet to witness and feel the greatness of MJ don't know any better when they say LeBron is the GOAT. Believe me, everything MJ did felt more special and iconic than LeBron and I only saw Jordan's last run when he was in Chicago

רועי בן עת : Do beef history dr j and Larry bird

J. A. Greene : I'd love to help you with different football games, such as: 1998 NFC Championship Game (Gary Anderson's miss) 1999 Bills @ Titans (Music City Miracle) And whatever else you can think of football wise.

Malaquias Popocateptl : Push off? That boy got shook off. Game.

Marcus : Wow, no where is Jon comments

Alan Sneider : Got this poster in my room. I was like 1 week old when this happened. Lmao

heyyoo heyyooo : Greatest moment in NBA history. From the steal to alleged push to the shot to the follow through pose to the Jazz fans faces. Damn. I was lucky to watch this 20 years ago.

Sekou Murrell : That shot is so beautiful.

Derek Kudjer : Will, guts, determination, and the heart of a god damn champion. The greatest basketball player any of us will ever see. Whether you choose to accept that is entirely up to you.

Da215 : This video is dope on the strength of the setup and monologue alone

mobmaniac : You should do Bobby Orr's diving goal for the Bruins

Rare80 : Why isn’t Toni Kukoc in the Hall Of Fame?