For Jordan, Best Game Of His Career
Michael Jordan didn't hesitate when asked what he considered to be the best of his many great games. "This would have to be it," Jordan said after scoring a career-high 69 points and leading the Chicago Bulls to a 117-113 overtime victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers Wednesday night. "Everything seemed to fall and I found myself in a great rhythm." Jordan made 23 of 37 field-goal attempts and 21 of 23 foul shots while compiling the ninth best single-game scoring performance in NBA history.