Excerpt from Mancave:
The NBA playoffs are in full swing and that means Kobe Bryant, LeBron James, and Tim Duncan are all continuing to chase the dream of another NBA title (or first in the case of James) as well as step out from the shadow of the greatest playoff performer of all time. Here’s a look back at some of Michael Jordan’s masterful moments.
April 20, 1986, at Boston Celtics
Jordan drops a playoff-record 63 points, some point to this performance as Jordan’s coming-out party.
June 3, 1992, vs. Trail Blazers
In Game 1 of the Finals, Jordan torched the Blazers for a playoff-record 35 first-half points, including six three-pointers. It was during this game that Michael looked toward the sideline, turned his palms upward and famously shrugged as if to say “this is just too easy.”
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