Michael Jordan's four milestone shots in his basketball career

Michael Jordan's career was defined by his shooting abilities, scoring 32,292 points with a shooting percentage of 49.7%. 

1. Born at 19: In the 1982 NCAA finals, Jordan made a game-winning shot to secure the championship. 

2. "The Shot" at 26: Jordan's buzzer-beater against the Cavaliers showcased his clutch shooting.

3. Game 1 of the Finals at 34: Jordan's defensive rebound and game-winning shot displayed his ability to perform under pressure.

4. The Ultimate Shot at 35: Jordan's steal and iconic shot over Russell brought the Bulls closer to their sixth championship. 

These four shots represented different phases of Jordan's career and solidified his status as one of the greatest basketball players.