The 1998 NBA Finals game between the Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz. The victorious Bulls crushed the Jazz 96-54 in Game 3 and took the 2-1 series advantage. Chicago’s win was the largest margin in Finals history. The Jazz set records for the lowest score during a Finals game, the fewest field goals in a game (21) and fewest points in a half (23). The series concluded with Michael Jordan’s memorable shot over Byron Russell in Game 6 and a championship for the Chicago Bulls.