- 4:55 pm - Mon, May 27, 2013
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GOPMJW: JORDAN’S FINAL TWO PLAYS AS A CHICAGO BULL
These are Michael Jordan’s final two plays as a Chicago Bull, in Game 6 versus the Utah Jazz in the 1998 NBA Finals, as diagrammed by 13-time NBA Champion, Phil Jackson.
You probably just remember this.
For more on Phil Jackson, and the insane drawings in his head, read here and here.
- 2:42 pm - Wed, Jan 2, 2013
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GPOMJW: Michael Jordan Returns
On March 17, 1995, the Chicago Bulls were 34-31. The following day, Michael Jordan, who had quit playing baseball 8 days prior, released a two-word statement through his agent David Falk.
The Bulls would make the Eastern Conference Finals in ‘95, then win 3 consecutive titles from 1996-1998.
- 2:02 pm - Wed, Oct 17, 2012
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GPOMJW: THE GREATEST OF ALL-TIME
Forget basketball. Money was the greatest ever at pantsing ballplayers too.
I mean, look at that form. How can you play effectively, when your shorts are around your knees? Michael knew that. How can you play your best during the 1996 All-Star Game, when you get embarrassed on national television during the player introductions? Jordan was diabolical.
Dominique Wilkins, Gary Payton, Penny Hardaway. That’s quite the body count.
- 4:56 pm - Wed, Jul 11, 2012
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GPOMJW: Jordan’s ‘85
With a special appearance from Jon Koncak.
- 7:44 pm - Wed, Jun 27, 2012
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GPOMJW: MJ in the Emerald City
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