This is the Air Jordan XIV (14) Retro "Last Shot" released in 2005. The Air Jordan XIV (14) was only worn once by MJ on the court when he debuted them during the last game of the 1998 NBA Finals. The Bulls beat the Utah Jazz and Jordan's last shot (of his Chicago Bulls career) was a game winning clutch mid-range jumper after crossing over Bryon Russell of the Jazz. It is known as "The Shot" and is considered the most clutch performance in NBA history. The fact that he wore this shoe to make that shot forever makes the Air Jordan XIV (14) an iconic model and one of the most historically meaningful shoes in the Air Jordan line.