1984: Sedale Threatt Strips Jordan then gets the dunk and foul on a rookie MJ
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Here’s a rare clip from Michael Jordan’s rookie season. Sedale Threatt is mainly known to old school heads as a Sonic and Laker in the 90s but he started his career off with the 76ers which is when this play happened. Threatt starts the play off with a strip on Jordan and then finishes the play with a dunk and touch foul by MJ.
In between Sedale’s time in Philly and Seattle, he went to Chicago to play alongside MJ but things didn’t work out too well for him there.