I was reluctant to enter into the realm of monotonous repetition here by making another 90′s/Bulls/Jordan post, but letâ€™s face it: Thereâ€™s nothing repetitive, nor monotonous about any of those things - especially when all three come in the same package.
Superceeding the other-worldly athleticism that helped drive Michael to the throne of the sporting world before his first retirement after that â€™93 ring, this ‘versionâ€™ of Michael Jordan was one that relied more on the refined skills of his game (which was often otherwise analyzed as ‘smartsâ€™) as opposed to his all-out universal athletic attack. While by no means a slouch athletically, Money deferred far more often to his invariably accurate mid-range game that came riddled with an array of footwork and moves that created space between he and his defender(s) like few - if any - in the game have had the capacity to do so before.
This three-part video series courtesy of mikedamz on YouTube (MikeDamz YT Page) takes a look at each individual campaign of the second threepeat that cemented His Airnessâ€™ legacy as, at the very least colloquially, the Greatest Player of All Time.
Featuring a vast majority of MJâ€™s field goals during each playoff run, these videos are sure to be welcomed by anybody who claims to be a fan of the game of basketball.
1996 NBA PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS
1997 NBA PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS
1998 NBA PLAYOFF HIGHLIGHTS