Yesterday marked the 26 anniversary of “The Shot,” when a young Michael Jordan hit his first game-winning playoff shot at the expense of Craig Ehlo and the Cleveland Cavaliers to propel the Bulls into the second round of the 1989 NBA Playoffs. This clutch moment would pave the way for the dynastic Bulls of the 90s.

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Ehlo joined the Marc Hochman Show with Zach Krantz to reflect on one of the most iconic moments in NBA history.

“For me it was a great moment because I was on a great team in Cleveland and I had a good game going in that game,” Ehlo said on 560 WQAM. “It’s something I’ll always cherish as one of the closest memories that I have of my teammates in Cleveland, losing that game. We were on the short end of it but I don’t know, it just made me want to play more and play harder, and be a better person.”

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Watch The Shot and listen to Ehlo’s full interview below.

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