Michael Jordan's "Double-Nickel" Game |

2020 ж. 27 Нау.
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25 years ago today, Michael Jordan dropped 55 points in a classic performance at Madison Square Garden. It was his 5th game back in the NBA after retiring nearly two years earlier.

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  • NBA needs to create their own streaming service with every classic game available. I'd pay for that for sure

    Mo 243354Mo 2433542 жыл бұрын
    • It’s called nba league pass.

      Demetre CarterDemetre Carter22 сағат бұрын
    • Instead they overcharge for a streaming service that only gives you access to like 1/3 of the games through the entire season. Sad

      Jordan FoxJordan Fox9 күн бұрын
    • @Thunder Bee I havent finished the first quarter yet and I have seen more than 30 adverts mate.

      Raul DiazRaul Diaz15 күн бұрын
    • 850+ likes, multiplied by $ amount lol good idea or there loss lol.

      KING DemoneKING Demone2 ай бұрын
  • I want to see every Jordan game ever during this troubling time. Make it happen, NBA.

    Jason BeardJason Beard2 жыл бұрын
    • You asking for too much

      cfcf10 күн бұрын
    • @M Justin Bieber got billions to love him but he sucked. What does that tell you? Soccer sucks and basketball is way more fun to watch

      TurkeyTurkey5 ай бұрын
    • That dunk by Pippen was disgusting

      jim bobjim bob Жыл бұрын
    • @Brandon Keidl let me know Westbrook and harden

      Phyllis BensonPhyllis Benson Жыл бұрын
    • The NBA should have what the WWE Network has where you can go back and watch all reg season, playoff, and finals gams going back to like 1980ish. Would be so amazing and would settle so many debates.

      Brandon KeidlBrandon Keidl Жыл бұрын
  • The feeling of nostalgia I get from seeing this footage is overwhelming. It makes me feel like a 12yo kid again, basketball was my life , Jordan is still the man to me. He's the one 'constant' in my life since I was a kid to now in my late 30s. Still my hero

    Archer LoosjesArcher Loosjes2 жыл бұрын
    • 44:00 is all u need

      Grant EricksonGrant Erickson6 ай бұрын
    • Mike will always be the G.O.A.T.

      Edward Lester Brooks JrEdward Lester Brooks Jr6 ай бұрын
    • @Kiambe Tunsil ?

      Edward Lester Brooks JrEdward Lester Brooks Jr6 ай бұрын
    • I'm a Bulls fan forever!

      Kiambe TunsilKiambe Tunsil2 жыл бұрын
  • Jordan was such a smooth, fluid athlete. Hardly any wasted movement or energy. So fundamentally sound.

    ny_kia31ny_kia312 жыл бұрын
    • @Hunttu le who?

      Giuseppe De RosaGiuseppe De Rosa7 ай бұрын
    • @Derp Jesus Kareem had a top 5 of all time player in Magic to win those championships and a stacked team as well. Russell had by far the best team in the NBA when he won his, stacked with hall of famers, he didn't have offensive game, he was the rim protector and nothing else. Horry didn't win crap, Hakeem won his first two titles, Shaq and Kobe won the next and Tim Duncan won the rest. Jordan lead the bulls to great records and has the best ever performances in the playoffs, that's the difference. He needed a system? No, he needed good team mates, Chicago wouldn't have built a team if MJ wasn't there to build upon, when he joined all his teammates were absolute losers, when he gets a hall of fame player in Pippen he starts winning, simple as that. No one can win 6 championships by themselves, ask Lebrick who had to join Wade to carry him to a championship after so many losses.

      ArmandoXIIIArmandoXIII8 ай бұрын
    • @Derp Jesus B S !

      Eric GarrettEric Garrett8 ай бұрын
  • Mans really was getting 50 points off mid- range jumpers 🔥🔥

    • @Mazen Muthanna if Derozan can consistently average 28 a game in this league, MJ dropping 35 a game now.

      timsmith1033timsmith103319 күн бұрын
    • @King Slugga and less posessions cause of the shotclock reset to 24

      Odyseuss08Odyseuss082 ай бұрын
    • @dadillonful he avegarged 50+ fg percnatge for 12 out of is 15 seassons

      FovoFovo2 ай бұрын
  • its like watching 10 westbrooks playing on the court. intesity here is overflowing. 🔥🔥🔥

    Mark Jhun BravoMark Jhun Bravo2 жыл бұрын
    • @Nathan McMullen they were fouled out because refs were dogshit, last two calls on Longley he didn’t even touch the other guy he “fouled”

      cfcf10 күн бұрын
    • @Nathan McMullen a lot of fouls because they was playing actual defense unlike today where it’s easier to score simple my guy and MJ being able to carry those so called “bums” speaks more to his greatness 🐐

      Donald HowardDonald Howard21 күн бұрын
    • @Jimmy Butler he better be a high volume shooter. His team is full of bums. There was a massive difference between the all star players and average players back then. In the nba nowadays, everybody is decent. Issue is players get passed around so often that teams can't build synergy/chemistry.

      N DN D7 ай бұрын
    • Except with the Bricks

      And-1And-1 Жыл бұрын
  • Remember this game like yesterday! Biggies “one more chance” was #1 on the charts, oj trial was everywhere, the first Friday movie had just came out, economy was doing decent. I was a freshman in high school. Man, I miss the 90’s!

    edupbeatedupbeat2 жыл бұрын
    • You so fucking right remember too yes real basketball

      Danal LoveDanal Love17 күн бұрын
    • Right I graduated in 96 I never missed one game.. who in the history of the NBA retired came back dropped a double nickel on spike lees beloved knicks and a year later run that three peat??. And these young bums got the nerve to say they the greatest ever and could cook Mj , fake taco Tuesdays and couldn't warm up a hot pocket let alone cook Mj.. and he never acted arrogant on the court never claimed to be the greatest mike will always say many great players was greater than him in the time , but when he was on the court he let his game speak for itself..

      Eric peekEric peek18 күн бұрын
    • My first year in college. But the economy wasn't that great.

      Use your third eyeUse your third eye5 ай бұрын
    • @edupbeat Word... is he sure he was selling crack on his own, because even drug dealers had some type of education, they might of been on the wrong side of society, but they were very good business men, dude can't even spell hating right, might have been just a corner boy...🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️

      MAXIMA347MAXIMA3475 ай бұрын
  • THANK YOU NBA - we’ve all had a rough year. We miss the game 🏀

    thePaperDinosaurthePaperDinosaur2 жыл бұрын
  • for the first time, i actually sat down and watched a whole 2 hour 90s game like it was a movie.

    spiffymalspiffymal2 жыл бұрын
    • That’s my nightly ritual, usually throw on a full throwback bulls game, helps me fall asleep peacefully lol

      ByronByron4 ай бұрын
    • @ikejri 11 lol you funny respect

      RKWDBMXRKWDBMX11 ай бұрын
    • @James Repollo soccer is also the most racist sport of all time

      SuperTDSmithSuperTDSmith Жыл бұрын
    • I did that too, with Timmy D's near quadruple double in game 6 of the 2003 NBA Finals

      MusiciaplierMusiciaplier Жыл бұрын
  • Awesome display of mid-range jumpers. Love 90s NBA.

    Peter CasualPeter Casual2 жыл бұрын
  • Jordan was such a smooth, fluid athlete. Hardly any wasted movement or energy. So fundamentally sound.

    real kingreal king Жыл бұрын
  • First time to watch Michael Jordan play. He is the G.O.A.T. in basketball.

    zzzapzzzap2 жыл бұрын
    • @mandodelossantos2 last time i checked rockets couldn't even reach the finals in the west while the bulls were winning chips

      no thanksno thanks2 ай бұрын
    • Not against Olajuwon

      mandodelossantos2mandodelossantos2 Жыл бұрын
    • @UIIUIIU both are roots of being a bad person. You pick your biases cause you're too sensitive for Muhammad Ali's old fashioned views on whites. Both aren't relevant to their sport talents. Learn to grow up white boy. If you disclose Ali from being a sporting GOAT from his personality then why wouldn't you apply the same to Jordan? Again, hypocrite

      radiationbaconradiationbacon Жыл бұрын
    • @UIIUIIU hypocrite

      radiationbaconradiationbacon Жыл бұрын
    • @UIIUIIU yah said Ali was a racist which also has nothing to do with being the goat

      Black af1 energyBlack af1 energy Жыл бұрын
  • NBA was must see TV 25 years ago.

    Brian SDBrian SD2 жыл бұрын
    • These teams would get killed in today's NBA

      Joselo FernandezJoselo Fernandez18 күн бұрын
    • It hasn't been the same since Kobe retired. The NBA on NBC was such a special time. It kind of mind blowing how bad it is now. From LeBron to guys just running up and shooting threes...some years are fixed...it's all bad.

      ryublueblankaryublueblanka3 ай бұрын
    • It still is old man quit doing the broken record thing that every person does about things from their glory days, oh this isn't as good as it used to be etc etc. The NBA is much better now even though there's no individual quite as good as Jordan. The league has only got more skilled

      TurkeyTurkey5 ай бұрын
    • Still is

      NJNJ Жыл бұрын
    • It's must see TV now !, this is the real #NBA, today's is pretty lame in comparison.

      Iggy BlitzIggy Blitz Жыл бұрын
  • I want to see every Jordan game ever during this troubling time. Make it happen, NBA.

    Brandon YipBrandon Yip Жыл бұрын
  • Watching this from an older perspective, it is hilarious how helpless the Bulls are without MJ. Their whole offense was really just give him the ball.

    Acu ManAcu Man2 жыл бұрын
    • @T B they lost in the Second round… they didn’t make the ECF Bro

      EdwardEdward8 ай бұрын
    • @ODizza You are a typical casual fan who talks about context but doesn"t use it. 1993/94 season: The Chicago Bulls added new players and managed to keep Horace Grant in their ranks. MJ never played with the supporting cast that Scotte Pippen had in the 1992/93 season. MJ never played with Horace Grant, Toni Kucoc, Armstrong, Steve Kerr and Longley all at the same time. 1994 ECFR: Brad Daugherty, Larry Nance and Hod-Rod Williams. All of these players were injured and did not play against Scotte Pippen and the Chicago Bulls. *If not for these injuries, the Chicago Bulls might not even have made it to the second round.* They beat the injured team. 1994 ECSF: On top of that, the Knicks starting guard Derek Harper was ejected in Game 3 and suspended for Game 4 and 5 in the 1994 ECSF. *The Knicks were 3:1 vs the Bulls in the 4 full games Derek Harper played and 1:2 in the 3 games Derek Harper was ejected/suspended.* If you think one call decides the series, then you can make the same excuse about any other series such a the eventually game -deciding call in OT of Game 2 in the 2012 ECF. Bad calls are part of ther game. *Also, if it wasnt for Toni Kucoc"s Game-Winner, a new addition to the 1994 Bulls team that hadnt with JORDAN in the first 3-peat, the Bulls would have been down 0:3 against the Knicks while Scotte Pippen sat on the bench from sidelines.* 1994/95 season: Without MJ ( Record: 34-31 ). They risked missing the Playoffs. But MJ saved them ( With MJ 13-4 ). No excuses. They lost Horace Grant, but added Ron Harper. In addition, Toni Kucoc has improved his game. Study the game.

      Allan HoustonAllan Houston11 ай бұрын
    • @Allan Houston all that talk and u somehow left out CONTEXT.... 1. THE Bulls were in turmoil from the start that year. Scottie no longer wanted to be there, especially after the whole Toni Kukoc fiasco the year before. 2. They lost Horace Grant who was a major cog for their championship teams and one of the best PF in basketball. 3. 55 wins in '94 is impressive considering everyone thought they would be trash w/o MJ. And be clear, 55 wins was more wins than they had the year b4 WITH MJ. 4. HUGH HOLLINS RUINED THE 4PEAT WITH THAT BOGUS FOUL CALL. ...... If u aren't a diehard bulls fan u need to say less....like nothing at all.

      ODizzaODizza11 ай бұрын
    • U clearly don't know wtf you're talking about. In '94 they won more games WITHOUT MJ, than they did in '93 WITH MJ.

      ODizzaODizza11 ай бұрын
  • I was at this game. My pops had bought the tickets months in advance bc I was still a Bulls fan. We had no clue mj was coming back. One of the most memorable nights of my life. Knicks fans were SICK and I was loving every second of it 😂😂😂

    ODizzaODizza11 ай бұрын
    • Do you have your ticket stubs by chance??

      Travis FrickelTravis Frickel18 күн бұрын
  • Having flashbacks of being 11 years old sitting in my living room watching this game live. I remember thinking Mj is going to avoid going to the paint and would get hot shooting jump shots all night. What a game. Let's not forget about what Pipp did that night..he was magnificent.

    cfairfax85cfairfax85 Жыл бұрын
  • Thank you, NBA for doing this! I remember watching this game live on TV. NBA games were not as accessible in Canada back then as they are now. Thanks again!

    Andrew JulioAndrew Julio2 жыл бұрын
  • Thank you NBA for uploading this. Trying to watch full games back then in UK was rather difficult if I remember correctly.

    Sour PunkSour Punk2 жыл бұрын
  • I want to see every Jordan game ever during this troubling time. Make it happen, NBA.

    dustin raderdustin rader Жыл бұрын
  • This was a great game! Both teams going for it, but it came down to the thoughtful play of the bulls at the end. Mike was definitely ready to pass at the last there seeing he knew Pat would come out if he went for a pullup. Easy inside jam... There was some ugly in this game by both teams and it looked like the Knicks bench was far more polished and synergetic with the Bulls bench looking hardly better than a mess. Gotta give Patrick props. Man, that dude could do work down low and he had a jumper. It was nice to see a post heavy game and Jordan showed what a threat he was on the block... I need to add how tight the spacing was back in that era. It's almost weird compared to today's game seeing so little room to dribble and work, especially with the very straight ahead offensive game plans. And then the stifling defense by both teams! Still somehow both teams shot decent %'s.

    ChromaticTempestChromaticTempest2 жыл бұрын
  • MJ still the man, always have been, and always will be.

    SWAC FANSWAC FAN2 жыл бұрын
    • @UIIUIIU whether you like it or not there will be someone better then jordan.

      John RothelsbergerJohn Rothelsberger Жыл бұрын
    • @SWAC FAN nah there will be players better than jordan. now guys aare stronger faster and more athletic than our old generation.

      Michael WMichael W Жыл бұрын
    • @J J not in our lifetime, and definitely not with the new talent coming in. Some people are just the gold standard, and MJ is that standard.

      SWAC FANSWAC FAN2 жыл бұрын
  • This is awesome! More of these old skool games please!

    LivingTheFantasyLivingTheFantasy2 жыл бұрын
  • NBA should keep on posting these type of videos with a full game.

    Cristina ArnoldCristina Arnold2 жыл бұрын
  • I wanna see more Jordan, especially in his prime, against the Pistons or the Jazz in his prime, especially being a person not able to see him live.

    Gabriel SGabriel S2 жыл бұрын
    • His Prime was when he won his first three rings not the second three

      Kenneth KetchumKenneth Ketchum Жыл бұрын
  • I want to see every Jordan game ever during this troubling time. Make it happen, NBA.

    Iris DunnIris Dunn Жыл бұрын
  • I want to see every Jordan game ever during this troubling time. Make it happen, NBA.

    Noah MarkmanNoah Markman Жыл бұрын
  • Let's talk about the dunk that never gets spoken of. GG Scottie

    Aaron RobertsAaron Roberts Жыл бұрын
  • 6-0 in the finals just greatness

    • @Clappin Cheeks Keep the mask on

      John LaLondeJohn LaLonde27 күн бұрын
    • @Clappin Cheeks U trip'n

      jinx Polkjinx Polk Жыл бұрын
    • Oh oh oh Come onnnn

      Rey MendersRey Menders Жыл бұрын
    • Alpha1102 nah 4-2

      Clappin CheeksClappin Cheeks Жыл бұрын
    • Should’ve been 8-0

      Alpha1102Alpha11022 жыл бұрын
  • Only one word discribes MJ ....GOAT!

    Marcell GreeneMarcell Greene2 жыл бұрын
    • One acronym... 🤔, but ok...😆

      Anthony LeeAnthony Lee3 ай бұрын
  • This is my first time watching MJ full game all not highlights but full game

    Ikno 3Ikno 311 ай бұрын
  • That slip was probably the most anti-climactic ending to a great basketball game ever

    Toten KopfToten Kopf2 жыл бұрын
  • Please we need more of mjs games since some kids have never seen it

    Bhavyam AryaBhavyam Arya2 жыл бұрын
  • Jordan and Pippen would have been the best duo of this decade too

    JR RoblesJR Robles2 жыл бұрын
    • Not at all lmao

      Solomon SSolomon S29 күн бұрын
    • No doubt

      Xavier JaureguiXavier Jauregui9 ай бұрын
    • Period

      Wearing BetWearing Bet Жыл бұрын
  • Greatest of all time, no debate 🐐

    boosie 4lboosie 4l2 жыл бұрын
  • That little sideways look from Jordan to Weddington, then the high five after the game winning dunk says it all!

    David AndereggDavid Anderegg9 ай бұрын
  • The good days where you played like a basketball player 🏀🏆

    Words 2 live byWords 2 live by2 жыл бұрын
    • @AnthonyDoesGaming bronsexual

      Wilbu BaileyWilbu Bailey Жыл бұрын
    • The old bums ass days that everyone sucks at defense and shooting, this new era is way better and Lebron James is the goat

      AnthonyDoesGamingAnthonyDoesGaming Жыл бұрын
  • MJ was just about to put America on notice when he returned to playing basketball where he's as lethal

    Sports311Sports3112 жыл бұрын
  • Thank you, thank you, thank you!!! I have wanted to see this game again for decades.

    barbara burtonbarbara burton11 ай бұрын
  • Brilliant game! 🌟

    Linas MarcinkevičiusLinas Marcinkevičius2 жыл бұрын
  • 49:28 - 49:36 Ewing asking Jordan if he's okay after fouling him hard and Jordan falling hard. Jordan nodding. Friendship and playing hard and tough against each other can co-exist.

    Jean Feleep CurfewJean Feleep Curfew2 жыл бұрын
    • @dadillonful yaaa you get the W here for pointing out the ridiculous hypocrisy lolz

      Fox FairchildFox Fairchild Жыл бұрын
    • Yep, and today's #NBA us so soft, bring back some physicality into the game, it's become boring.

      Iggy BlitzIggy Blitz Жыл бұрын
    • Players do that today and yall him them soft foh

      dadillonfuldadillonful Жыл бұрын
    • it's just a matter of if you take it personal or not. these days everyone soft, making them easily angry when fouled hard. respect for mj

      JaceUnknownJaceUnknown Жыл бұрын
  • Mid-90s: Just like the golden era of Hip Hop ✊🏼

    tweezerjam34tweezerjam342 жыл бұрын
  • The game was just different during the 80s and 90s. MJ was the greatest then, and compared to the current era MJ still is the G.O.A.T and always be.

    dev30dev30 Жыл бұрын
  • I loved that game ❤

    Alberto GonzalezAlberto Gonzalez2 жыл бұрын
  • Classic🥰🥰🥰 we want some more of this. thank you NBA for this🏀

    Scorpion King_23Scorpion King_232 жыл бұрын
    • Most, welcome.

      Reuben AhmedReuben Ahmed Жыл бұрын
  • I miss Jordan and Pippen, and everyone else from this Era.

    LULI LangLULI Lang2 жыл бұрын
  • This is probably my favorite Jordan game that's not part of any of their 6 championship seasons. Jordan was only 3/9 in the 4th Quarter and 7/18 overall in the 2nd half. No doubt that the inactivity weakened his stamina. That, and the Knicks most likely increased the intensity of their defense. The block by Ewing around the 1:42:00 mark set up Jordan's pass to Wennington in the end of the game as a double-team was anticipated. Good IQ by Jordan and/or Phil Jackson.

    kawaiiafangirlkawaiiafangirl Жыл бұрын
  • MJ still the man, always have been, and always will be.

    Harold R. Bettencourt IIIHarold R. Bettencourt III Жыл бұрын
  • MJ still the man, always have been, and always will be.

    Ker LozKer Loz Жыл бұрын
  • Final score was 113-111 Pretty high scoring game by 90s standards especially a Bulls-Knicks game

    thelegendsqb1thelegendsqb12 жыл бұрын
    • Keep in mind, they brought in the three-point line for two seasons btw '94-'96.

      YoWordDontMeanNathanYoWordDontMeanNathan Жыл бұрын
    • Low scoring games didn't come until a few more years. Even around that time, it was mainly the Heat-Knicks games that were really low scoring

      jtpal12jtpal122 жыл бұрын
    • You 90s defense is overhyped by oldheads rights? Its narrative they use to make they area look good.

      Jimmy ButlerJimmy Butler2 жыл бұрын
    • agreed

      mdecimalmdecimal2 жыл бұрын
  • Man you watch the first 2 minutes of this game and the quality of the NBA blows you away in comparison to today’s NBA. Ewing backs down in the post draws extra defense. They ACTUALLY CONTEST HIS SHOT. All 5 bulls run the floor. Jordan hits a smooth pull-up. The knicks inbound the ball and the bulls are pressuring at a FULL COURT press. It’s exciting. It’s physical. It’s fun, you get the sense that you don’t know what’s goin to happen because these guys are actually trying and have pride in The outcome. Today the players dap each other up after getting dunked on and they don’t contest shots and they don’t care. It’s just a rich man’s pickup game in 2020. Some players even apologize to their teammates for getting Their rebounds today. Lol I can’t watch this much because it depressing exposed today’s NBA PRODUCT quality as being pure trash.

    Clean Logic TVClean Logic TV2 жыл бұрын

      Ariel A. SanchezAriel A. SanchezАй бұрын
    • 100% facts! Young guys think today's players are so much better athletes and some are but each team also has 1 guy over 6'10 some of these line ups have 3 of them. Just watching effort on defense and player movement is enjoyable. Players getting in passing lanes. It's not that there isn't talent today, but they are not teams. I don't enjoy watching 3 over sized guards a small stretch 4 and an undersized big playing ball. Only so many iso jump shots or drive and kick outs I can watch. I enjoy watching 2 or 3 guys contest dunks and lay ups. I miss players like Charles Oakley and Anthony Mason. I miss true Centers. I miss actual rivalries!

      Joe SmithJoe Smith2 жыл бұрын
  • For those saying Jordan wouldn’t dominate today’s players just remember Jordan scored 51 points when he was pushing 39, a year before LeBron came to the league. That’s 51 points against LeBron’s contemporaries - on one bad knee.

    Jason MartinezJason Martinez7 ай бұрын
  • for the first time, i actually sat down and watched a whole 2 hour 90s game like it was a movie.

    Konnect HDKonnect HD Жыл бұрын
  • Watching this from an older perspective, it is hilarious how helpless the Bulls are without MJ. Their whole offense was really just give him the ball.

    Zaria WardropeZaria Wardrope Жыл бұрын
  • Watching this from an older perspective, it is hilarious how helpless the Bulls are without MJ. Their whole offense was really just give him the ball.

    Imre HImre H Жыл бұрын
  • Watching this from an older perspective, it is hilarious how helpless the Bulls are without MJ. Their whole offense was really just give him the ball.

    Ralph DabadieRalph Dabadie Жыл бұрын
  • Pat Riley’s Face at 1:45:27 speaks volumes. He’s staring down at MJ on the other end of the court sitting on the bench before addressing his team in a 2 point game with 25 seconds to go. MJ was a Nightmare for teams. All these other guys been playing ball for a year and a half and ain’t scored anywhere close to 55 points.

    Nahshon TannerNahshon Tanner Жыл бұрын
  • Chilling in the 6. I'm watching Jordan drop a double nickel on the Knicks.

    Louis NeversLouis Nevers2 жыл бұрын
    • Blessed I was literally thinking of that song madlib the 🐐

      Michael ArchieMichael Archie2 жыл бұрын
  • Thank you NBA for putting the classic games up.

    Jeremy JacksonJeremy Jackson2 жыл бұрын
  • He's truly the goat....were did the time go when I used to watch these games live on TV smh

    Joshua2kJoshua2k9 ай бұрын
  • I'm not sure I've ever seen someone play as good a defense as Starks did but still get torched. He seemed to be right in Jordans face, contesting every single shot but it didn't matter.

    JdubbJdubb2 жыл бұрын
    • @Blue Skeptic well and not by accident thats the series he gets by far the most criticism for. But lets be honest, those were only a couple possesions, shawn marion did most of the work

      HelgeStrichenHelgeStrichen2 жыл бұрын
    • Well, he's got three inches on him, not sure what they thought was gonna happen

      HelgeStrichenHelgeStrichen2 жыл бұрын
  • its like watching 10 westbrooks playing on the court. intesity here is overflowing. 🔥🔥🔥

    Luke AndrisLuke Andris Жыл бұрын
  • Man Jordan's like an artist. His jumper is so smooth and nothing feels forced. Damn i never saw a full game of his, only highlights but my goodness he's amazing.

    Ryan BeverlyRyan Beverly Жыл бұрын
  • Lets be real, all I want NBA Together to do is give me games from the 90's.

    LuluAMV3LuluAMV32 жыл бұрын
  • [44:00] through [44:08] = My favorite highlight from this game. [44:18] through [44:29] = Replay

    Health Leet PrequelHealth Leet Prequel2 жыл бұрын
  • Happy 26th anniversary to this classic game of MJ

    Brice BennettBrice Bennett Жыл бұрын
  • 49:15 MJ falls down hard but not Injured??? Wow!. That moment would change basketball forever... remember JmxyHighroller's Video

    AwesomeBoysJPTVAwesomeBoysJPTV2 жыл бұрын
    • Who the fuck is jow

      Georgie MGeorgie M2 ай бұрын
    • LeFlop would still be laying on the floor 26 years later.

      XytrasXytras Жыл бұрын
    • Jow about 5:04 would you couldn't double? Bron averages a 50 point triple double in this sh1t ers

      dadillonfuldadillonful Жыл бұрын
    • That's why I turn this game on because I remember watching JIMMY.WOW THAT FALL LOOK SUPER NASTY. IF IT'S REALLY A GOD JORDON HE DEFINITELY SAVED M.J That day.

      James DigginsJames Diggins Жыл бұрын
  • Jordan Is absolutely amazing. Like Michael Jordan

    El tercer cinéfiloEl tercer cinéfilo2 жыл бұрын
  • More Jordan games PLEASE!

    flight23jordanflight23jordan2 жыл бұрын
  • More MJ games please!!!

    Brandon KeidlBrandon Keidl Жыл бұрын
  • Man Jordan's like an artist. His jumper is so smooth and nothing feels forced. Damn i never saw a full game of his, only highlights but my goodness he's amazing.

    Raghav TanejaRaghav Taneja2 жыл бұрын
    • That's a regular day in court for MJ .... I remember waking up every night @ 2..3 AM (I'm from EU) to see this guy and the Bulls . All the 90's when we had a live Bulls game in the night , I was there , no exceptions. Now I don't even know witch team LeBron is playing lol. What moments !!

      Horia PetreHoria Petre Жыл бұрын
    • Funny thing is he wasn't even in his prime here.

      Bradley BoyerBradley Boyer Жыл бұрын
    • Jordan was such a smooth, fluid athlete. Hardly any wasted movement or energy. So fundamentally sound.

      Zaria WardropeZaria Wardrope Жыл бұрын
  • Honestly.. This is so much better basketball than anything we see today. More intensity, more variety, more strategy, more PASSION.

    Random Palmtop GamingRandom Palmtop Gaming2 жыл бұрын
    • No it’s slow and boring

      Solomon SSolomon S29 күн бұрын
    • Jordan is incredible, that much is evident. But more strategy and variety? Lol Every possession either involves dumping the ball down to the post or just straight isolation basketball

      Joshua HeathJoshua Heath7 ай бұрын
    • Bro said more strategy and variety, hell nah lmao, maybe more intensity cause of foul rules but passing to MJ in the post almost every possession is not variety

      Tay.BlancTay.Blanc Жыл бұрын
    • @sticky-fingers mj never played 16 season really only played 14 complete season 2 season broke his ankle and only played 17 games guy playoffs in 95 after almost 2years off .But people keep comparing james to Jordan when James wasn't better than kobe. Lebron is a great player but a lot of James credit goes to visualisation and his physical presence just as much as his talent. Its like james doing the exact same thing as Allen Iverson But its magnified because he's 6'9 260 lbs so of course it's get more attention.

      Ronald JacksonRonald Jackson Жыл бұрын
    • @kh03 Lebron never won anything without other established superstars. Jordan never had a established superstar on his team he took pippen under his wing and after a couple of years pippen was becoming a star of his own Lebron went to play with superstar, Bosh , Ray Allen, D.wade who was actually the best player in the nba in 06,07,08,questionably 09 , then kyrie Irving, and Love now the stacked Lakers Mc gee , Rondo, Howard, Anthony Davis, and more Jordan supposely great team was a 34 -35 year old Jordan a 36-37 year old Rodman and pippen, people like kerr and the rest you only know who they are because they played with Jordan like Will Purdue and others

      Ronald JacksonRonald Jackson Жыл бұрын
  • 19:33 That could have been bad for Scottie. He hit the floor pretty hard!

    Ashtain OnealAshtain Oneal2 ай бұрын

    Emmylou FumeraEmmylou Fumera2 жыл бұрын
  • Never seen Hubie be so excited about an NBA player, in all aspects of the game.

    D0c N0tesD0c N0tes7 ай бұрын
  • dude is like water flowing, everything looks perfect when he has the ball

    Dead GiveawayDead Giveaway Жыл бұрын
    • It was undeniable to see live..it just looked right, everything! It was poetry in motion.

      Joe SmithJoe Smith4 ай бұрын
  • That dunk by Pippen was disgusting

    Devan LanceDevan Lance2 жыл бұрын
    • They used to really be trying to embarrass each other back in the 90s 💯 everybody shake hands n shit after the game now lol so different

      ByronByron4 ай бұрын
    • bruh that was so filthy he was wondering did i land on heaven or is this real life

      Antonio CaireAntonio Caire10 ай бұрын
    • Flagrant 1 also

      u tu t11 ай бұрын
    • Absolutely one of the best dunks ever

      Tim AndersonTim Anderson Жыл бұрын
    • @Simon T thank you so much

      kxm!!kxm!! Жыл бұрын
  • The new generation need to understand that, this is the Jordan that just come back from a year in Baseball. His body hasn't tuned back from a baseball body to a basketball body yet. He was invincible once he tuned back in shape for Basketball in 1995-1996.

    martin limartin li16 күн бұрын
  • comming from a 18 year old, i think the nba nowadays is more boring than the 90s. In todays game, its too easy to score and there is less defense showed. An nba offense nowadays revolves around getting a 3 point shooter open. The beauty of the game was lost. Back then, the nba had alot more isolations, mid range scorers, post ups, and intensity. Nowadays, most shots come from the paint or 3. No post ups, less isolations, no grinding hard energy for baskets. The effort it took to score in back thens game made the game funner to watch

    VlackoutVlackout2 жыл бұрын
    • Well u can give Steph Curry your thanks!! But seriously the game back then was more physical, today’s game actually gives skinny/not so physical players a chance to play the game….

      Avinandan MukherjeeAvinandan MukherjeeАй бұрын
    • @Antonio Caire well, it’s your opinion but basketball fans who have watched for years tend to agree that basketball was better to watch at one point

      VlackoutVlackout10 ай бұрын
    • YEAH sure, an MJ game will obviously be better, but OVERALL im very very sure todays game is more fun to watch

      Antonio CaireAntonio Caire10 ай бұрын
    • @akeem Brown the game nowadays is basically “what team shoots a better percentage from 3” or The only play style that is not that is “star player surrounded by 3 point shooters”

      VlackoutVlackout10 ай бұрын
    • I’ve noticed this myself too wondering “why am I just not as interested in the games today” I feel like there way less variance in the game today. Players use to score from a multitude of weapons and moves In there bag. Now it’s just how many 3s can we force up😂🤦‍♂️

      akeem Brownakeem Brown10 ай бұрын
  • Jordan was such a smooth, fluid athlete. Hardly any wasted movement or energy. So fundamentally sound.

    Truong Uyen TramTruong Uyen Tram Жыл бұрын