MJ starts off a game in Miami slowly. He attempts only 7 field goals during the first half and tries to involve team-mates by passing the ball. After losing the first half to an average Miami Heat team, he takes matters in to his own hands and sets an NBA record for most free throws attempted and made in one half. He can thank Kevin Loughery for that, but still it’s Michael Jordan at his best - single handedly bringing his team back in to the game. December 30, 1992.
“It’s so hard to accept that Sarah Palin handled Glen Rice so much better than most of us over the years. His size gave us fits. Not her apparently.” You’re a genius, Rex Chapman. Glen Rice truly was hard to stop, especially when he was on a hot streak. Rice starts off this game slowly by only scoring 6 first half points, however he gets his stroke back and scores 18 points in the last quarter to almost bring the Heat their first victory against the Bulls in franchise history.