Seattle was the scene of the 1987 Slam Dunk Contest, and the event featured a who's who of high flyers in Jerome Kersey, Clyde Drexler, Tom Chambers, Ron Harper, Gerald Wilkins and a young Michael Jordan. It was a legendary competition with Jordan matching Portland teammates Kersey and Drexler dunk for acrobatic dunk. While Jordan garnered high marks for his cradle dunk as well as his free-throw line jam, the dunk captured in this image was one of his most memorable in the history of the competition. He slid in from the baseline, flew practically sideways and double-pumped and threw it down with one hand for a perfect 50 score to secure his first career Slam Dunk Contest title. He would win again the next year in Chicago to become the first back-to-back winner. The high-flying moment of incredible athleticism is captured here in this humongous image. The approximate overall framed size is 36 7/8" x 46 7/8". Jordan has autographed this framed 'Frozen in Time' 30" x 40" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.