Michael Jordan’s final game in the NBA full of fanfare and excitement | ESPN Archives

On April 16, 2003 Michael Jordan played his final game in the NBA with the Washington Wizards in Philadelphia where he faced off against Allen Iverson and the 76ers. The “hoopla” included celebrity row, a personalized golf cart and the classic Chicago Bulls PA announcer for MJ’s final introduction. As for on the court, the Wizards struggled but Jordan threw down his final dunk and completed his career on a pair of free throws in a 107-87 loss to the 76ers.

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