During the 1988-89 NBA regular season, the Cleveland Cavaliers had the Chicago Bulls’ number. Case in point: the Cavs swept the season series, 6-0, including the final regular season game in which Cleveland sat its top four players. So when the two teams met up in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, all signs pointed to a Cavs domination. Michael Jordan had other plans. The young Bulls guard led the way to a decisive fifth game and one of the greatest moments in his Hall of Fame career. With the host Cavs clinging to a 100-99 lead with three seconds left, Jordan took the inbounds pass while being double teamed by Craig Ehlo and Larry Nance. The next three seconds will go down in history as perhaps the beginning of his greatness as Jordan drove to the free throw line and skied high to put up a shot over the outstretched hand of Ehlo. “The Shot” as it has been named went in, and the Bulls pulled off a stunning 101-100 win. It would be the first of many playoff game-winning shots in Jordan’s great career as the Bulls would go on to win six NBA Finals championships under his leadership. This designed image captures that moment perfectly. It’s printed on water color paper for an added element of brilliance. Jordan has autographed this limited edition (123) “The Shot” 24” x 36” designed image in black paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated’s Five-Step Process.