Throwback: Michael Jordan Crying in 2003 NBA All-Star Game Half-Time Break (video)

Michael Jordan

In 2003 Michael played his last Al Star Game. Of course Mike couldn’t just walk away without thrilling the fans. Even at 40 years old, he still had a few tricks up his sleeve.


The half-time show signed by Mariah Carey and entirely dedicated to the GOAT was already magnificent: tribute, ovation, greetings, great speech… everything you need to close the book in the best way.

Except that it is especially on the field that Jojo wanted to play the « Hero », as the title of the song graciously interpreted by Mariah. Selected as an alternate for this All-Star game but eventually titled after Vince Carter decided to step down, Mike was just a step away – or rather one foul away from Jermaine O’Neal – from adding another game winner to his huge collection.

2003 All-Star Game rosters

Eastern Conference

Allen Iverson (Philadelphie 76ers)
Michael Jordan (Washington Wizards)
Ben Wallace (Detroit Pistons)
Jermaine O’Neal (Indiana Pacers)
Tracy McGrady (Orlando Magic)
Jason Kidd (New Jersey Nets)
Vince Carter (Toronto Raptors)
Paul Pierce (Boston Celtics)
Brad Miller (Indiana Pacers)
Jamal Mashburn (New Orleans Hornets)
Antoine Walker (Boston Celtics)
Zydrunas Ilgauskas (Cleveland Cavaliers)

Western Conference

Steve Francis (Houston Rockets)
Kobe Bryant (L.A. Lakers)
Yao Ming (Houston Rockets)
Tim Duncan (San Antonio Spurs)
Kevin Garnett (Minnesota Timberwolves)
Shaquille O’Neal (L.A. Lakers)
Shawn Marion (Phoenix Suns)
Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks)
Steve Nash (Dallas Mavericks)
Gary Payton (Seattle Sonics)
Stephon Marbury (Phoenix Suns)
Peja Stojakovic (Sacramento Kings) ** (remplaçait Chris Webber)
Chris Webber (Sacramento Kings) *


Est: Isiah Thomas (Pacers)
Ouest: Rick Adelman (Kings)


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