Let's be clear, Michael Jordan is the Greatest of all time. Even though Allen Iverson "Got em" on this play, Mike nearly negated the crossover’s historical effect, by almost blocking the shot, through his amazing recovery abilities.
The R&B singer, Brandy Norwood (Ray J's Big sister) recorded a song entitled "Almost Doesn't Count". Tape don’t lie, his recovery was phenomenal, but he still got crossed over. This Allen Iverson crossover of Michael Jordan shook up the world "Craig".
Thursday, March 13th, 1997, everybody was talking about what happened Wednesday night March 12th, 1997. All those who had seen the video of the cross over, took the liberty of exaggerating the potential aftermath a bit. For example, "Yo Mike might be done, he looked real bad, I thought he was hurt." 🤣🤣🤣 Mike was not done, he went on to lead his team to the final two, consecutive, championship of his total six.
Allen Iverson was a force to be reckoned with. He bought the playground to the arena. I'm not certain where most of the readers of this rant will be hailing from. But I hail from the North East, East Orange, NJ to be exact.
Playing ball on any open court (park or gym), if you got crossed over the way Mike did, you would hear from the peanut gallery (the onlookers) "GOT EM!" followed by uproarious laughter.
Nike (no disrespect) think they are slick by taking our “GOT EM" for an app that barely lets you know you "GOT EM" SMH.
We going to borrow it for a few.
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