During the 1998 Finals game between the Chicago Bulls and Utah Jazz, Michael Jordan threw the game-winning shot in Game 6, with just 5.2 seconds left on the clock. This moment marked the Bulls’ sixth Championship and second three-peat, an epic moment in basketball history. In honor of the event, Air Jordan debuted the Air Jordan 14 “Last Shot,” a nearly all-black, tumbled leather basketball shoe resembling the ones Jordan himself wore that day.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, the brand will be re-releasing it this June 14, the day of the monumental win; this will be the first return of the shoe since 2011. Expect it to hit Jordan brand stores and online for $190 USD. In other footwear news, check out the Derek Jeter Air Jordan 11 Low “RE2PECT.”
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