June 14, 1998: Michael Jordan drops 45 points, including the game-winning jumper with 5.2 seconds left, to give the Bulls their sixth NBA title.

Jordan pulls up for a jumper on Utah's Bryon Russell to put Chicago ahead 87-86 in Game 6 of the Finals. John Stockton then misses a three-point attempt for Utah, and the Bulls take the series 4-2.

The Bulls trailed by one point in the final minute when Jordan stole the ball from Karl Malone with 20 seconds left. He jogged down the court and drained "The Shot." After a timeout, Stockton's shot clanked off the front rim.

This secured Jordan's final championship in his last game with the Bulls.

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