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Down by three in game six of the 1998 NBA Finals, the Chicago Bulls call timeout to diagram a play.

Michael Jordan explodes to the hole for two on an isolation play which cuts the deficit to one.

Jordan sneaks behind Karl Malone and strips the ball away as Malone looks for an escape route.

Without pausing for time, Jordan dribbles across midcourt to set up for a possible game-winning shot.

With a season, a championship, and an era on the line, Jordan drives hard to the middle, stops short of the stripe, and pulls up for this famous shot.

With the rim in focus and the rest of the world a blur, Jordan holds the pose as he watches his final shot strike its target.

The Bulls defense swarms, the clock expires, and the celebration begins.