Finally, we got it! The first two episodes about the 1997-1998 season Bulls team, led by the legendary Michael Jordan, already available and the world is looking forward to the sequel.

Let's remember the last season of MJ with the Bulls and let's take a look at what sneakers he wore in his last dance.
For most of the regular 1997-1998 season, Michael wore the Air Jordan 13 shoes, designed by Tinker Hatfield specifically for the last Jordan's season. Air Jordan 13 embodies Michael Jordan's alter ego - the Black Cat. The unique shoe design even has details that are associated with the black cat. The green round hologram on the heel of the shoe symbolizes the fear-inducing stare of the panther, and the sole design is almost identical to the panther paw.

MJ made his way to the playoffs wearing the Air Jordan 13 "He Got Game" colorway, whose name was dictated by the sneaker's appearance in the legendary Spike's Lee film.

Colorway is inspired by the Chicago Bulls team, which MJ wore during the 1997-1998 season.

MJ wore the Black Air Jordan 13 in 1998 NBA All-Star Match, in which the Eastern Conference defeated the West. Jordan scored 23 points and became the MVP of the game.

Jordan's last match against principled rivals, the New York Knicks, became a great opportunity to remember his first signature shoes. On March 8, 1998, MJ stepped on the Madison Square Garden Arena parquet for the last time as a bull and wore the Air Jordan 1, scored 42 points, and led the team to victory.

Air Jordan 13 "Bred" colorway was worn during the playoffs and the final series against the Utah Jazz.

Air Jordan 14 made their debut at the end of the NBA Finals. With these shoes, MJ completed the impressive Bulls odyssey by hitting the game winning shot in game 6. That's how this colorway of the Air Jordan 14 was dubbed "Last Shot".

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