On June 3, 1992, Michael Jordan torched the Blazers for SIX threes in the first half, leading to his I-just-can't-believe-how-amazing-I-am shrug. On the anniversary of MJ's famous body-language swag, we had our very own Michelle Beadle recreate his classic playoff images.

Nailing "The Shot" (and celebration!) to send the Bulls to the second round of the 1989 playoffs:

Michelle Beadle as Michael JordanGetty Images/fotodesigners.com for SN

Soaking in the emotion of winning that first title with the Bulls in 1991:

Michelle Beadle as Michael JordanGetty Images/fotodesigners.com for SN

Shrugging ... "What can I say? I'm just the greatest player in the game":

Beadle Shrug Game REUTERS/fotodesigners.com for SN

Dropping 38 points in the 1997 NBA Finals while battling the flu:

Michelle Beadle as Michael JordanGetty Images/fotodesigners.com for SN

And, finally, sinking a jumper over Bryon Russell in the 1998 NBA Finals to seal the Bulls' sixth championship in eight years:

Michelle Beadle as Michael JordanGetty Images/fotodesigners.com for SN

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