27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]February 7, 1987[/post_page_title]
After losing his first bid for the Dunk Contest title during his rookie season, Michael Jordan tried again in 1987 in Seattle, showing the world he could fly. As the contest advanced, Air Jordan found himself going head-to-head with Jerome Kersey and eventually took home the crown. After a few above the rim dunks, MJ took off from the free throw line to seal the deal, reminding everyone that he’s the one who can fly.
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