With five championships in his back pocket, Michael Jordan came into the 1997-98 season looking for his second three-peat. After being named MVP of the regular season and leading the Bulls to the No. 1 seed with a record of 62-20, he carried them to yet another NBA Finals. This time matched up against the Utah Jazz led by two of the greatest players of all-time, Karl Malone and John Stockton. In Game 6 it came down to the wire. After stealing the ball from Malone with 20 seconds left, Jordan came down the court down 85-86. After making a beautiful move, he hit his iconic game-winning jumper to give the Bulls the win and their sixth championship in the last eight years. This moment was the last time we would ever see Michael Jordan in a Bulls uniform. Jordan has autographed this 1997-98 Chicago Bulls red authentic Mitchell & Ness jersey with an NBA Finals patch in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.