In the 1991 NBA Finals, Jordan's "hand change in the air" layup

Michael Jordan performed a remarkable feat in his career, such as the "Air Switch" layup in Game 2 of the 1991 NBA Finals. The move involved Jordan receiving a pass, attempting a right-handed dunk, seeing the defender jump to block, and switching to a left-handed layup mid-air. This move, known as "THE MOVE," requires exceptional core strength, explosiveness, body coordination, and ambidexterity. 

The significance behind this move lies in Jordan's desire to prove himself against Magic Johnson and Larry Bird and lead the Chicago Bulls to victory. In that season, the Bulls faced the Los Angeles Lakers but ultimately won the championship with Jordan's dominance. 

The series ended with the Bulls winning 4-1, and Jordan's leadership and performance were instrumental in their success.