The day a rookie dumped Michael Jordan with a humiliating feint

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Hhey marks the 24th anniversary of the greatest burreo suffered by Michael Jordan on a basketball court. It happened in the season 96-97 when the greatest player of all time bit the dust before Allen Iverson, by then sixers rookie, who challenged the celebrity in full game and left him lying after two prodigious feints.

Few players had dared to thus defy the legend, considered one of the best defenders in the NBA in his prime, and even less a novice. But Iverson showed that he was not a newcomer to use and starred one of the coldest moves that someone dared to do before the myth of the Bulls.

Iverson, despite his lack of experience in the League, he soon showed his impudence combining his supersonic speed, his perfect control of the ball and his short stature (just 1.83 m) to find impossible gaps with which to overcome its defenders, no matter how fierce they were.

Michael Jordan He fit that play that left him in a bad place with sportsmanship when he was asked about her back in the day. Journalists they were looking for the confrontation between the two, but the myth shunned him and said that he would never play a ‘one on one’ against Iverson, although he imagined how it would have been.

THIS IS HOW JORDAN IMAGINED ONE AGAINST ONE BEFORE IVERSON

“That it was a great move. I’m never the type of person who says that can’t happen to him. I only try to limit those opportunities of the rival. So I’ll try to make it a 1v1 between Allen Iverson and me … He could beat me on the perimeter, but I could take him to the post. He is a great player, a young talent. Will continue to improve once you learn to play on a much larger scale. ”

He could beat me on the perimeter, but I could take him to the post. He is a great player, a young talent

Michael Jordan (Former Bulls player)

And no clothes hurt in praise the qualities of his young and daring rival: “Right now he’s doing a lot in terms of physical ability. It’s good, it’s fast. It’s a challenge for me to match him because of his height.. It is very fast and small, but it is a challenge that I will not back down from “. And he did not, not to him or to anyone. In that sense Michael Jordan always was irreducible.

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Hhey 24 years of the greatest burreo suffered by Michael Jordan on a basketball court. It happened in the season 96-97 when the greatest player of all time bit the dust before Allen Iverson, by then sixers rookie, who challenged the celebrity in full game and left him lying after two prodigious feints.

Few players had dared to thus defy the legend, considered one of the best defenders in the NBA in his prime, and even less a novice. But Iverson showed that he was not a newcomer to use and starred one of the coldest moves that someone dared to do before the myth of the Bulls.

Iverson, despite his lack of experience in the League, he soon showed his impudence combining his supersonic speed, his perfect control of the ball and his short stature (just 1.83 m) to find impossible gaps with which to overcome its defenders, no matter how fierce they were.

Michael Jordan He fit that play that left him in a bad place with sportsmanship when he was asked about her back in the day. Journalists they were looking for the confrontation between the two, but the myth shunned him and said that he would never play a ‘one on one’ against Iverson, although he imagined how it would have been.

THIS IS HOW JORDAN IMAGINED ONE AGAINST ONE BEFORE IVERSON

“That it was a great move. I’m never the type of person who says that can’t happen to him. I only try to limit those opportunities of the rival. So I’ll try to make it a 1v1 between Allen Iverson and me … He could beat me on the perimeter, but I could take him to the post. He is a great player, a young talent. Will continue to improve once you learn to play on a much larger scale. ”

He could beat me on the perimeter, but I could take him to the post. He is a great player, a young talent

Michael Jordan (Former Bulls player)

And no clothes hurt in praise the qualities of his young and daring rival: “Right now he’s doing a lot in terms of physical ability. It’s good, it’s fast. It’s a challenge for me to match him because of his height.. It is very fast and small, but it is a challenge that I will not back down from “. And he did not, not to him or to anyone. In that sense Michael Jordan always was irreducible.

Subscribe to the BRAND Basket Newsletter and receive in your email, from Monday to Sunday and first thing in the morning, the exclusive news, interviews, reports, graphics and videos that will mark the day in the NBA, Endesa League, Euroleague and the rest of the basket world.

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