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Jordan Files #12 – Double Nickel

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If you’re a basketball fan over the age of 30 there’s probably no chance you haven’t seen this moment in Michael Jordan history. This edition of the Jordan Files is most certainly written especially for our younger audience members.

Michael Jordan, only five games into a return from an 18-month basketball retirement, throat-punches the New York Knicks to the tune of 55 points at Madison Square Garden. Things like this should not have been possible but they happened, in 1995.

Yep, not you’re regular day of NBA action. Tune in here:

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45, in ’95 getting 55. (Andy Hayt/NBAE/Getty Images)

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