Rank 'Em: Jordan's Greatest Moments

Created: September 5, 2009, 11:03 AM

Michael Jordan, 2009 Basketball Hall of Fame inductee.

Nicknamed "Air Jordan" because of the way he has amazed the world time after time with his one-handed tongue-hanging-out-the-mouth dunks, his game-winning shots, and his defensive prowess, Michael Jordan has finally done it all. After a basketball career that spanned over 17 years (three years at the University of North Carolina), Jordan has won every award from NCAA AP Player of the Year to being a six-time Finals MVP.

The high flying scorer whose logo can be found anywhere from a huge billboard in Times Square to the kicks of the little boy learning how to dribble for the first time on city playgrounds across the world, was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame's 2009 class along with "The Admiral" David Robinson, Jerry Sloan, John Stockton, and C. Vivian Stringer.

With the final chapter in Michael Jordan's illustrious basketball career finally here, we ask you, SportsNation, which Top 10 Jordan moment is the greatest? Watch the videos below and then scroll down to set your rankings.



March 29, 1982
UNC vs. Georgetown (NCAA Champ.) Video

April 20, 1986
Bulls vs. Celtics (First Rd. - Gm. 2) Video

1988
Slam Dunk Contest Video

May 7, 1989
Bulls vs. Cavs (1989 First Rd. - Gm. 5) Video

April 30, 1991
Bulls vs. Knicks (First Round - Game 3) Video

June 5, 1991
Bulls vs. Lakers (NBA Finals - Game 2) Video

June 3, 1992
Bulls vs. Blazers (NBA Finals - Game 1) Video

May 17, 1993
Bulls vs. Cavs (Conf. Finals - Game 4) Video

June 11, 1997
Bulls vs. Jazz (NBA Finals - Game 5) Video

June 14, 1998
Bulls vs. Jazz (NBA Finals - Game 6) Video

 
 
  • 1988 Slam Dunk Contest,
    Chicago Stadium
    Jordan vs. The Human Highlight Film
  • Bulls vs. Knicks
    Jordan posterizes Ewing
    1991 first round
  • Bulls vs. Blazers
    Finals record 35 points in first half
    Finals, Game 1
  • Bull vs. Cavs, 1993 Eastern Conference Finals