The game of basketball has seen its share of amazing players and amazing plays. But none have provided the amount and level of transcendent plays as Michael Jordan. Even before he started winning championships, he brought awe-inspiring moments to our eyes every time he took the court. He was a champion in college and at the Olympic level before capturing his first NBA Finals title in 1991. There were times during those championship runs that MJ started building to what would be perhaps his ultimate moment -- Game 6 of the 1998 Finals. Facing a Jazz team equipped and set up to send the series to a deciding seventh game, Jordan instead did what he smoothly did so many times with the game on the line.Words can barely describe what is pictured here. But simply study the moment of the greatest basketball player of all time hitting a shot to win a championship -- his final championship -- and then celebrating his accomplishment. Jordan has autographed this limited edition (98) "Poster 1998" 24" x 36" image in gold paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.