Top 30 Moments in Chicago Bulls History

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28. MJ’s 1997 All-Star Game Triple-Double

Michael Jordan was so competitive that he didn’t care if it was a regular season game, a preseason game or an exhibition. He was a showman at heart, and he displayed this in spades during the 1997 All-Star Game. Jordan dropped a triple-double in this one of 14 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. Amazingly, he didn’t even win MVP of the game because of Glen Rice scoring 26 points.

MJ definitely won his fair share of those, though, and it was more impressive in hindsight that he didn’t get as much credit despite clearly being an effective player in every aspect of the game. This was the first triple-double in All-Star game history.

Next: 27. Derrick Rose's Epic Game 6 Against Boston, 2009 Eastern Conference Semifinals