The year is 1998 , and Chicago Bulls are facing Utah Jazz at the Delta Center for the Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals . Michael Jordan , on his last game with the Bulls before his second retirement, steals the ball from Karl Malone and starts dribbling down the court . Just 5.2 seconds for the end , and Jordan shoots for 2 points on what it was meant to be the most memorable shot in the game . Bulls win by 1 point , celebrate their third consecutive NBA title , and Jordan is named MVP once again .
To honor this historical basketball moment , Jordan brand releases the Air Jordan 14 Retro ” Last Shot” . Featuring a premium tumbled leather with nubuck , red detail throughout the sides , Jumpman logo and “23” on the heels , as well as the signature shield logo branding in yellow to complete the Ferrari-inspired design .
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