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What time is it?| Game time! Whoo!
From North Carolina...
at guard, six-six,|Michael Jordan!
Everyday that I stepped on the basketball court,
even though I was on top of the world,
I felt like I had something to prove.
I wanna be like Mike| I wanna be, I wanna be like Mike
Yeah, hey, hey|/ I wanna be I wanna be like Mike
Yes, I do| I wanna be I wanna be like Mike
Oh, oh-oh, ohh, yeah| I wanna be I wanna be like Mike
Li-Li-Li-Like Mike| I wanna be like Mike
You got to be like Mike
Be like Mike
You gotta be like Mike
Be like Mike
You gotta be like Mike
Be like Mike
After Michael Jordan's final season,
the N.B.A. gave him yet another|Most Valuable Player Award,
and said the reason is simple.
"After 13 seasons,|you still go out every night...
and play like Michael Jordan.
When Jordan would go out|for the spotlight introduction,
he would look up into the stands|and he would realize...
that there was at least|someone up there that night...
who had never seen him before,|who would never see him again.
And this would be the one|Michael Jordan moment...
they ever had.
And he would say he was playing|for those people there.
We had a six-game road trip,|three cities in four nights.
Michael had had some spasms|in his lower back.
And we literally had to, you know...
carry him off the bus,|off the plane to the bus...
from the bus to the hotel.
You know, it amazed me...
He went out|and got 40 points that night.
This is the kind of player he was.|He wanted everybody...
to see his special skill.
And he didn't want people|that loved basketball...
not to have that opportunity.
When the playoffs began,
in his heart Michael already knew...
that these would be his last games.
But this would be|no nostalgic farewell tour.
He was determined to go out|on his own terms...
as a champion.
The Bulls' first-round opponents|were the New Jersey Nets...
young and full of hope.
Michael was dominant.
It was a three-game sweep,
built on mental toughness|as much as physical talent.
And for Michael,|the way to develop the mind...
had always been through the heart.
A lot of parents ask me,
"Well, what advice|would you give my kids?"
And my advice would be|let them just enjoy the game.
I think what they have to learn|more about at that young age...
is their love for the game.
And once they've developed that,|then the mental part is easy.
I didn't really get instruction...
until I was a junior in high school.
First, I just loved the game|and I let my skills develop.
So I believe in learning late...
playing early, but learning late.
Michael's love of the game was born...
in his hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina.
during long afternoons on the play grounds.
His older brother, Lary,|helped Michael hone his game...
in their epic battles of one-on-one|at their backyard hoop.
But Michael's first hard lesson would come...
when he tried out for the|varsity team at Laney High.
When I was a sophomore in high school...
like most high school kids...
you get all the energy and all|the motivation and excitement...
of making your varsity team,|which is a big thing.
Status is a lot when you're in high school.
So you can imagine|the disappointment that I got...
when I felt like|I should have made the team.
but then didn't make the team.
I'm crying,|I lost my emotions totally.
My mother came to me|and said,"Use that energy...
"to prove to the coach and to your peers|and your classmates...
that they made a mistake."
You give it your best.
You try so hard and you get to the point,
"I know I can do it"
And if you try one more time,|you are able to achieve it.
It's going|one step farther.
That's not giving up,|it's giving your best.
I only will walk away...
when I know I do not have|anything else to give.
The disappointment|was so deep, like a cut,
it struck the fire in me.
to make sure that I never endure|that type of pain again.
In these condround|of the playoffs...
Michael returned home|with a vengeance.
Playing the Charlotte Hornets,
It would be Michael's last professional appearance|in North Carolina.
It's always been a treat to come back home...
when you've grown up here and you go out|and become a man on your own.
And then come back home to show|what's evolved of that person.
For fans who had watched him since his days|as a Carolina schoolboy,
what emerged now was not just|the skill but the will power.
Those who remembered his raw potential...
now saw the results|of a lifetime of hard work.
He would go to J.V. practice and practice,
and then he'd go to varsity practice.
We'd play|ball games, and after|the games were over,
he'd run what we called "suicides"|or line drills...
he'd run those by himself.
I just maveled|at his work habits even then.
With his competitiveness|to go with all that dedication,
you know, it was something to see.
The weakest part of Michael's game on the offensive end...|was his shooting.
So he obviously mastered something...
that everybody said he couldn't|do when he came out of college.
And he didn't by shooting|and shooting and shooting...
and shooting consistently.
The other thing that people told him...
that he wasn't a really good defensive player.
And he found a way...
not only to become a great defensive player...
but the best defensive player in the N.B.A.
This guy said, "Those are my weaknesses.
I'm going to figure out how to make those my strengths."|And he didn't.
I got a glimpse,|really, of Michael Jordan...
and what he was all about the|first time lever coached him.
About two minutes to go in|the game, I called a time-out.
And we were down two... it was|right there in the balance.
And I had some|little powder on my mouth...
from where I chewed some gum|and chewed it so hard...
that it really had become powder.
And Michael grabbed a cup of|water and he handed it to me,
and he said, "Take a drink of this water.
"Clear that stuff off your mouth.
I'm not going to let you|lose your first game."
The level of faith that|I have in anything in life...
is taught to you from your parents.
It is a trait|that I would never|trade anything for.
And if I can|ever pass anything|on to my kids...
it would be|to be optimistic|about everything in life.
He was only a freshman at the|University of North Carolina,
but with the 1982 N.C.A.A.|Championship at stake,
his team's fate was in his|hands, And he never hesitated.
Goes back to Michael Jordan,|jumper from out on the left!
The Tar Heels are going to win|the national championship!
After I hit the shot,|my father came to me and said...
this was the start|of something big.
He didn't know what it was.|I didn't know what it was.
But I did believe him.
Good morning, ladies and gentlemen.
Welcome to flight 23.
Please make sure your seat belts|are securely fastened...
and extinguish|all smoking materials.
when you wish upon a star
Your dream will take you|very far. yeah
Michael came along|at a time...
when globalization|really was occurring...
and an explosion|in media was occurring.
And he helped drive|that explosion.
Yo, Mike,|what makes you...
the best player|in the universe?
Is it the haircut?
No, Mars.
Is it the shoes?
There have been so many things|that he has popularized.
the shorts, the shoes...|"Must be the shoes."
Money, it's got to be|the shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
I think Michael|has transcended|every boundary...
of gender and race|and age and sport.
I think he's becomes or of|apart of our everyday culture.
Like Mike|if I could be like Mike
I wanna be|I wanna be like Mike
Like Mike|if I could be like Mike
Oh, be like Mike
I've missed more than 9,000|shots in my career...
I think what made him|so specialas a marketing icon...
is that he was natural.
Today, when everyone|really tries to be like Mike,
they're tying so hard|to invent a personal,
I think that people|see through that...
and it doesn't stand|the test of time.
I've failed over and over|and over again in my life,
and that is why I succeed.
Good afternoon, everyone,|and welcome once again ...
to Bulls basketball...|playoff basketball...
as we move to the|Eastern Conference Finals...
the Bulls|and the Indiana Pacers.
These two teams were two and two|in the regular season.
But the rival really begins on|a Sunday afternoon in Chicago...
Miller and Jordan|and a cast of characters...
that is not afraid to win.
There's Michael, slips and falls|down, gets back up into the lane,
hops through, falls,|fires on the rim and it's good!
The Indiana Pacers...
with their outside shooting|and the physical play...
were a team custom-built|to defeat Michael and the Bulls.
In the first two games|of the series...
even though the Bulls|would win both games...
it was clear|that the Pacers would pose...
their first real test.
Rose backs in. Now, Rose,|stripped by Michael.
To Harper.
Harper on the run.
Lead pass, Toni...|Kukoc to Michael.
He dunks the ball!
Oh, my!
for the next two games,|the scene shifed to Indiana.
On their home court, the Pacers|would win game three...
behind their tireless guard,|Reggie Miller.
Lead pass ahead for Mark Jackson.
This is what Indiana wants.
They run to Miller|for it!
In game four, the Bulls led|by a point in the final seconds,
when Miller and Jordan|would square off again.
Here we go...|McKey holding, looking.
Here comes Miller|to the top.
Miller, a catch.
Miller, a look...|he hit it!
Reggie Miller...|knocked it down.
Four-tenths|of secondlef.
Reggie, Reggie, Reggie...
Toni,|out near the time line.
Looking, looking, looking,|looking, looking, looking.
Got it to Michael.
And...|it went in and out!
Hit the board and spun out,|and Indiana wins the game.
With the series tied at two,
fatigue was taking|its toll on the Bulls.
And meanwhile, out West,
the Utah Jazz were rolling|towards the finals.
Led by future Hall of Famers|Karl Malone and John Stockton,
the Jazz dominated|the Western Conference playoffs...
and would have|ten days' rest...
while the Bulls and Pacers|continued to battle in the East.
The Bulls lost another game,
and would have to go|the full seven in a series...
for the first time in years.
By the end of game six,|doubters were saying...
that Michael was finally|running on empty.
Bulls trail by two.
Here we go.
M.J. one-on-one with McKey.
Michael a drive,|tripped off his feet,
and McKey stole the ball,|and that's going to do it.
That will do it.
Indiana's going to win it.
He may have been|devastated that night,
and I assume he was, but|he had the ability to believe...
that we were going to win|And he was going to do well.
Probably one of the|most remarkable shots...
that everybody remembers is the|shot he made against Cleveland.
The in-bounds pass|comes in to Jordan.
Here's Michael|at the foul line.
A shot on Ehlo.
The Bulls win!
They win it!
But they don't remember...
that the night before, he missed|three out of six foul shots...
that would have sealed|the game for us,
and we wouldn't have had|to go to the fifth game.
A normal player would have said,|"Oh, I cost us this opportunity"
and probably beat|themselves up over it.
Michael, the next|day that we played|Cleveland...
got on the bus and said,|"Have no fear.
We're going to win|this ball game."
If we sit here and worry|about what people think of us,
then we don't|have a chance.
They still got to come|through Chicago.
Utah, Indiana, they still|got to come through Chicago.
I don't care what happens today,
don't care what happened|in the other series.
They still got to come|through Chicago.
We will win game seven.
and the ball...Michael a steal.
M.J. on the run,|he will dunk the ball.
Michael was facing|the ultimate elimination...
lose, and end his career|on a note of defeat.
But despite Michael's promises,
the Pacers led|by 13 points early on.
Then Michael led the Bulls|on a furious rally.
He's loose, driving...|and dunks the ball, and a foul!
It was the kind of run|that had led the Bulls...
to their five|previous championships.
But there was still|a half of basketball to play.
Here we were in the conference finals.
In the seventh game,|we were down...
going into|the fourth quarter.
And I thought maybe... maybe|this is it...
maybe we've had|the last hurrah.
But something rose up in|these players, led by our hero.
He's the type of man that|could get you to jump off a bridge...
or at least|think about it|for a few seconds.
He has such a will|to accomplish a mission...
that everyone follows him.
Michael back to the top...
and now the switch made back by McKey.
Michael to the lane,|jumped out to Luc.
17-footer... bang!
Down the well it goes.
M.J. on the run,|to Kerr for three...
Fall away jumper shot is good!
And a foul!
They may have had tired legs,
but Michael and the Bulls grew stronger...
in the game's final minutes.
Bulls win, 88-83.
They go to the finals again.
Michael, you're a tired man, aren't you?
I'm exhausted.|But that's what it took to go where we had to go.
I mean, everybody had|to leave it on the floor...
and there's no tomorrow,|it's the last dance,
so we got to give|everything we got.
They're rested,|you guys are fatigued,
but I know|you'll be ready...
to play on Wednesday.
Our hearts|are not fatigued.
That's the most|important thing.
All right, Michael,|great job.
Before making his final exit,
Michael had to take one more|walk through the spotlight.
Move a side and let|the man go through
Let the man go through
Move a side and let|the man go through
Let the man go through
Move a side and let|the man go through
Let the man go through
Move a side and let|the man go through
Let the man go|through, through
Move up|and let the man go
Let the man go
Move up, let the man go|Let the man go through
Move a side|and let the man go through
Let the man go through
Move a side|and let the man go through
Let the man go through
If you walk through|a crowd with Jordan,
you see the same thing he sees...|you see all the eyes aiming in.
And I asked,|"What do you see in the crowd?"
And he said,"Sometimes|I'll see a father and a son.
"They may not think|I've even noticed them,
but sometimes,"|Jordan will say,
"I wonder if they have any idea how much|I'd like to be them."
Last night|we began the show...
with the disappearance|of Michael Jordan's father.
Tonight, the worst fears|have come true.
James Jordan|was found dead...
the victim of an apparent murder.
When my father died,|I had him for 32 years.
I was very lucky.
I looked at it as being lucky,
not as being disappointed|that he wasn't around anymore.
I was lucky that he was there|when I needed him...
that he could infuence|my life to look at situations...
that I use to help make|my decisions to this day.
Some kids never have that.
Sure, I would love|to have him now, but...
people are put|on this earth for a reason,
and you utilize the time|that you're here.
You never know when that's|going to be taken away from you.
That's one thing|he taught me.
But while he's here,|or while they're here,
they should make an impact|on someone's life.
And he made an impact|on my life.
You're going to get it, man.
That's for bringing me|into this world.
After the third championship,
my father kept kind of hinting|towards me playing baseball
"Stop playing basketball.
Why don't you give|your baseball a shot?"
Because that's what he actually|got mestared playing...
when I was six years old...|I played baseball.
And he felt that|I could play baseball...
and do it with the same|conviction and attitude...
that I played basketball.
Everyday, the first person|there before the sun...
would be Jordan.
And he was there|because he wasn't good.
He would work|with a batting instructor...
and work all day long...
and be the last|person to leave|every night also.
Strike three!
Money's no Stan Musial.
But he's tring.
Say, hey,|he's no Willie Mays.
But he's tring, man.
What it did teach me was,|don't be afraid to try.
The worst thing that can happen...
is it doesn't...|it doesn't pan out|the way that you envision it.
But at least you know|that by giving it a shot.
People were basically saying...
that I didn't have no reason|being in the sport,
and I was degrading the sport.
When those negative things|started to happen,
the only thing,|I wish my father was there...
to give me the positive|reinforcements that I needed.
I asked him what it was like|for him in the morning.
And Jordan said,"I get up|before the sun comes up,
and I make myself|some breakfast by myself"...
he was down there alone...
"and I get in the car.
"And I'm driving|to spring training,
"and there's no one, really,|out on the roads yet.
"And I look at the seat|next to me and I see my Dad,
"and I talk to him.
"I think to myself,|Pops, we're doing this.
We're doing this together."
And the day would end,
and he would say|to the batting instructor,
"Can we do a little more?
"I think I'm getting this.
I think I'm learning this,|I think I'm getting this."
And that's when|Spors Illustrated|put him on the cover...
saying that Michael Jordan|has embarrassed baseball.
And as I would watch him|there ever night...
as the sun was going down and|the other ball players had left,
and I would see this guy|working to get better...
Michael Jordan working|to get better...
I couldn't help thinking that|if you ever have children,
you ought to pray|that they grow up someday...
to embarrass|you like this.
Michael Jordan...
hits a fly ball.
I think that experience itself|kind of gave him a blessing...
of coming back to basketball...
and understanding the gift that|he'd been given for this game...
that was so special.
By the hand of the Almighty
We fowered|in this generation
Won't you help to sing
These songs of freedom
'Cause all I ever had...
When Michael came back,
and Jud and I were driving|down to the game,
and I said,"Jud, you know,|does Phil start Michael?
I mean, he hasn't been here for,|you know, 60 games, 65 games."
And Jud looked at me|And he said,
"Steve, as a general rule,
"when you have your own|statue outside the stadium,
you don't|come off the bench."
There'll be other great players,|there's no question about that.
But what he's done|for the game...
I don't think anybody|will touch his greatness.
and that's why everybody's|holding on here in the finish...
to just be apart of...|if this is the last run,
everybody wants to be|apart of it and witness it.
The Bulls had gone|to the finals five times,
and five times they had won.
The fact that this might be|Michael's last chance...
made these finals|the most anticipated ever.
The Jazz had earned|the home cour advantage...
on the strength|of their regular season.
And now,|the world tuned in...
to see if Michael|could beat the odds...
and win one last time.
Right here, right now.
Right here, right now.
Right here, right now.
Right here, right now.
Right here, right now.
Michael circles, spins,|hangs, fires, scores.
In game one, the Bulls|took the Jazz into overtime.
But in the end,|fresher legs prevailed.
The previous year,|although Utah had lost,
they had proven to themselves...
that they could play with the Bulls.
and then they win game one.
I thought Utah was going|to be the N.B.A. champions.
When everybody, in some ways,|didn't expect me to win,
and the odds|are stacked against you.
And for once in your life,|you are the underdog...
You know,|that was beautiful for me.
When he needed it most,|Michael didn't find comfort...
in the championship banners|he helped raise.
But rather strength...
from the seven years|of defeat that came before.
That was a long road.
It kept me in the gym in the|summer, working on my skills...
trying to be|the best basketball player|I could become.
But at the same time,
to show players who were|not on the same level...
with the same|mental toughness...
that,|if I'm going to do this,
then you have|to keep up with the pace.
And quietly,|it stared to turn.
He was your hardest worker.|He competed everyday.
That filtered down|through your team,|so as a coach...
you never had to talk|about the work ethic|of your team...
because your best player|always brought that.
Michael's standards|were too high...
for many|of his early team mates...
but then|came Scottie Pippen.
The infuence|of Michael on Scottie Pippen|was almost from day one.
Michael kind of|helped him get out there|on the basketball court...
and taught him some|little things... some of|the small tricks that he'd use.
as a consequence,|the two of them|really played well together.
It was|the Lone Rangerand Tonto.
There's no doubt about it.
Pippen became a star|in his own right.
and then there was|the supporting cast...
that Michael would|challenge relentlessly,
knowing that they too had to be|ready when their moment came.
He understood the fact...
that everybody had|to share in the game,
and that he was willing|to be part of this...
to sacrifice some|of his own game for that...
was the most|important thing.
He comes off,|I'll be ready.
I've gotten|a chance to play a lot,
and play a lot|in big games.
And I felt|the pressure, I think,
and didn't|perform that well.
And I learned how|to play with Michael|and how to hit big shots,
and how to relax myself|in situations like that.
Michael, in traffic, to Kerr.
Fifteen footer...|Yes!
What a great experience,|you know, to go through,
not just for basketball,|but for the rest of my life.
To know that I can|face something...
that's pretty|difficult,|and deal with it.
Back in Utah...
the buzz was still about the|Jazz's series opening victory.
But by the time|game two had begun,
game one was history|to Michael and the Bulls.
If Michael enjoyed|being the underdog,
he never let his team|feel like one,|driving them forward...
with the fair|and confidence of a champion.
The Bulls won game two,
and now the series|would move to Chicago,|tied at one.
I'd have to see someone beat|Michael Jordan four times,
because, I said,|to do that you're going|to have to dismember him.
You're going|to have to take|an arm and leg,
and you're going|to have to drag him|off the floor.
He's not going|to go easily.
These would be Michael's|last games in Chicago.
And game three played out like|a thank-you note to the fans.
Welcome to my world
Where I feel|most at home
Reasons will always change
But the meaning|still stays the same
Welcome to my world
Where I feel|most at home
Chicago's 96-54 win in game|three was the biggest rout...
in N.B.A. finals histoy.
The Bulls were two games away|from the title.
Pass the first time.
People say a lot of things|about our physical tiredness,
but our mental toughness|is there.
And I don't think|that should ever be over looked.
Okay, here we go.
Okay, let's go!
After dominating game three,
the Bulls' physical resilience|would be tested in game four.
Scottie looks.
Dumps it to Michael... M.J.
And turns base line...
Fall away jumper...good!
What a rainbow that was.
Kukoc drops to Michael.
M.J. spins along the base line,|goes up and scores.
And Kukoc looking,|looking, looking.
Luc to Michael. He catches,|two dribbles, spins in, scoops...
and scores!
Another win for the Bulls.
The countdown to the|championship had reached one.
Do you still feel|like you guys are the underdogs?
No, we're in|the driver's seat right now,
and, you know, we|just have to come out...
ready to play|next game,
and, you know,|try to put it away.
Before game five, the|celebration had already begun.
I said, come on
Baby, don't you want to go
Back to that|same old place
Sweet home, Chicago
Can I ask you,|how big does that look on IMA?
Does look like a gigantic bucket|of popcorn on an IMA screen?
It's a whole mountain|of it, folks.
All right, baby.
Come on, man.
...all for the heart...
and lay it out|on the basketball court.
When we come out of the court,|we're all celebrating,
and Joe's going to be happy.
Let's go, baby.
Before there was anything|to really celebrate,
Karl Malone and the Jazz|found an answer...
to every move|the Bulls made.
In game five,|the Bulls came up empty,
and Michael walked out of the|United Center for the last time.
Back in Utah for practice|the following day,
the defeat|was already forgotten,
for here was another secret|to the spell Michael had held...
over the rest of the league...
ever since|his first championship.
Even when the Bulls|weren't superior physically,
they had|a philosophicaledge.
I think Phil had a lot to do|with that with his Zen practice.
His whole emotional approach|to a game of basketball.
I've experienced|a lot of different coaches,
but he gave me|the understanding about life...
in a whole different frame.
I think his teaching|toward the understanding|of Zen Buddhism is...
how you view yourself...
to deal with the realities|of life surrounding you,
and somehow be able|to correlate that...
to a simple game|as basketball.
This is something|that we talked about a lot|as a basketball team,
is about how to be|in the moment.
Being able to visualize what|might happen in those times.
Michael so embraced this,
and I think that was|the beauty of his game,
is that he had all these|abilities to adjust,
not force his own|predetermined idea,
but allow those things|to come together for his game.
I tend to be calm,|things tend to slowdown.
As I go into situations that|people don't know the out come,
I've already|experienced them in my mind...
just playing|tricks with myself.
So it didn't seem new to me and|I wasn't afraid to fail with it.
Once I began|to understand that,
I became a master|of the game of basketball.
Game six in Utah.
for the Bulls,|a win would mean|the championship.
For Michael, it would mean|the cementing of his legacy.
Harp looking left,|not there... backdoor lob.
Michael goes up and scores!
The Bulls were still feeling|the effects of game five...
as a bad backgrounded|Scottie Pippen.
Pippen knocked down And he's|struggling to get back up.
Sets a screen.|Michael hangs in the air.|His jumper, good.
In Chicago, fans filled|Michael Jordan's restaurant,
and 23,000 of the faithful|filled the United Center.
Back in Utah, Michael|was operating on his own.
The celebrated teamwork|of the Jazz was clicking,
and Karl Malone and|John Stockton took charge|of the game.
After agrueling post-season,
the Bulls could no longer match|up with the Jazz man for man.
With a fourth-quarter lead,|the Utah crowd sensed...
victory drawing closer|with every basket.
for the Bulls...
the last man standing clawed|his way back into the game.
Come on, Bulls!
Seven on the shot box,|six, five.
Now Michael's got|to do it himself.
Jordan backing,|backing, pumping,
falling, firing, scores!
And a foul!|Ohh, my!
Harper back outside.
Michael firing,|sticks another three!
He had played nearly|every minute of the game,
and scored more than half|of his team's points.
But late in the fourh quarer,
Michael finally seemed|worn out by his effors...
and his shots faltered.
Hornacek running.
Hornacek for three.
Got it!
Still Michael kept coming,|kept shooting,
kept getting to the line,|kept the Bulls in the game.
You can do it!|Four championships in a row!
It was as if everything|he had ever accomplished...
had led Michael|to this one moment.
And in the final minute|of the game,
at the final minute|of his career,
he would need everything|he had learned along the way.
Pippen looking... dump to|Michael near the time line.
M.J. at Russell.
Michael a drive,|and the lay-up is good.
A driving lay-up by Michael...
draws the Bulls|to within one.: 86-85.
And now you got a chance|for a stop here.
Dennis and Karl are going|to get down on the post,
and they're going to do all|their little necessar banging.
Myself,|I focused on Karl.
Hornacek screens across.
Malone to the post.
While he's|fighting with Dennis,
he basically forgets|where the ball is,
and so I choose|this opportune time|to make my steal,
and I came back|to strip the ball away.
Malone stripped by Michael!
To the floor,|stolen by M.J.!
Michael a steal!|Sixteen seconds left.|Bulls down one.
Crowd gets quiet.
The moment starts to become|the moment, you know, for me.
Once you get in the moment,|you know you're there.
And when I saw the moment...
the opportunity|to take advantage of it...|I never doubted myself.
knowing that this was going|to be the last opportunity...
to either win the game|or lose it.
Michael against Russell.
Eleven, ten...Jordan.
Jordan a drive,|hangs, fires...
Bulls win the title!
The Bulls are|the world champs again!
If that's the last image|of Michael Jordan,
how magnificent is it?
Oh, my God, that|was beautiful.
What a finish!
I had faith!|I had faith!
You bet you did.
We've come a long|long way together
Through the hard times|and the good
I have to celebrate|you, baby
I have top raise you|like I should
His sixth M.V.P.|this past season,
and his sixth M.V.P. in the N.B.A. finals.|Michael Jordan!
Michael Jordan's legacy|is authenticity.
if you removed all the hype,
all the marketing,|all the show-time glitz,
he would be as %100 genuine as anybody|who ever played in a gym...
or an armory|anywhere, anytime.
There's never been a player...
that's had that ability|that Michael Jordan's had...
in the kind of way he did it|in this game of basketball.
His legacy is a newborn child|ten years from now...
and a father says,"I wish you|could have seen Michael Jordan."
Thank you.
The dignity and grace...
with which you conduct yourself|off the court...
those are important things,
and I believe|those are enduring things.
You figure there've been,|I don't know, 25,000 years.
I don't know how you do|the math of that,
but that's like out of all 50,000|top athletes...
since, you know,|prehistoric times...
brontosaurus and|pterodactyls included...
he's right there.
Ten years from now,|20 years from now...
what I hear people saying,
or l would want people to say,|and it's simple...
that if Michael Jordan was still|playing the game of basketball,
he would dominate.
Welcome to my world
No matter what happens|in this business of basketball,
If we didn't get paida dime,
you still would play the game|of basketball somewhere.
Welcome to my world
Somewhere there's a kid working.
He won't skip any steps.
He will learn from my example,
just as I have learned|from others.
Welcome to my world|where I feel most at home
There will be a player|greater than me.
If you believe
I know you can
Make it happen for yourself
I can see it in your eyes
It's in your hands
So don't ever stop
This is your destiny
It's meant to be
For you to have|what you want
Hey, baby,|now is your time
For you to win|for you to fly
So let all your dreams|help you succeed
To another way of life|The one you long for inside
The one you thought|you'd never lead
If you believe
I know you can
Make it happen|for yourself
I can see it|in your eyes
It's in your hands|So don't ever stop
This is your destiny|It's meant to be
For you to have|what you want
If you believe|I know you can
Make it happen|for yourself
I can see it in your eyes
It's in your hands|So don't ever stop
This is your destiny|It's meant to be
For you to have|everything you want in love
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