Jordan's Legendary 'Flu Game': 38 Points to Victory Despite Poisoning

April 9, 2024
Jordan's Legendary 'Flu Game': 38 Points to Victory Despite Poisoning
  • On June 11, 1997, Michael Jordan overcame food poisoning to lead the Chicago Bulls to victory in Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals.

  • Jordan's performance, known as the 'Flu Game', is celebrated for his determination and leadership, contributing 38 points and securing the game-winning shot.

  • This pivotal win against the Utah Jazz was instrumental in the Bulls clinching the championship title.

  • Michael Jordan was awarded his fifth Finals MVP for his exceptional play throughout the series.

  • The 'Flu Game' remains a legendary event, epitomizing Jordan's resilience and is revered as one of the greatest moments in sports history.

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