Michael Jordan Allegedly Spat On Infamous "Flu Game" Pizza

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Former Cleveland Cavalier Kendrick Perkins tweeted his thoughts on how Michael Jordan suffered food poisoning prior to Game 5 of the '97 championship series.

However, as many Bulls fans will grumble, an offensive foul may or may not have occurred immediately before that clutch shot. 'It was food poisoning'.

Again, you can review the video and be the judge if it was a light push-off.

Of course, the Bulls won the title over the Jazz in 6 games. and we take it they didn't celebrate with pizza.

More than two decades after the fact, Miller admitted he pushed off of Jordan.

In Episode 9 of "The Last Dance" on Sunday, Jordan described ordering a late-night pizza that he believes gave him food poisoning.

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"Just get me standing. Yes, they would've signed", Jordan said. I say, "I've got a bad feeling about this pizza"'.

But, Jordan said, he ate the whole thing, and by 3 a.m. he was vomiting. His 13-of-27 shooting included a three-pointer with less than 30 seconds left that put the Bulls ahead for good.

During his time with the Bulls, one of his most common victims were the Charlotte Hornets. "I nearly played myself into passing out just to win a basketball game".

There has been considerable speculation about the origin of Jordan's mysterious flu over the years because his teammates never reported any illnesses. "I don't think it's fair to Jerry [Krause], and I know it would be hard for him to accept that".

Although it's hard to convict the anonymous pizza joint for deliberately poisoning the pizza, Jazz fans do have a reputation among National Basketball Association players.

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