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Cómo se sacó la mejor foto de Jordan de la historia

All-Star Weekend, Feb. 6, 1988 | Air Jordan takes off from the free throw line and soars to a perfect score of 50 to defeat Dominique Wilkins in the finals of the Slam Dunk Contest. It was the second straight title for the Bulls star, and the '88 contest is widely considered the best ever because of the duel between Jordan and Wilkins.

To this day, the Sports Ilustrated cover following USA’s win over the Soviets is the only cover to run without a headline.  No caption was needed.


McCollum Cracks Sports Illustrated's Top 50 NBA Players

Torres e Eusébio contra a Coreia do Norte em 1966

from Bleacher Report

Most Influential NBA-Related SI Covers

May 3, 1973 Sports Illustrated cover - Wilt Chamberlain, Basketball, Los Angeles Lakers #NBA | #Finals #Champions

Number Four Bobby Orr: Starting with his jump from the Oshawa Generals to the NHL's Boston Bruins, Sports Illustrated began in-depth coverage of the career of Bobby Orr, a player who remains, over thirty years after his retirement, one of the greatest hockey players of all time.

Mike Tyson Sports ilustrated


Leather football helmet with built in glasses (1930)