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Michael Jordan Pizza Poisoning During 1997 Game Vs Utah Jazz Makes Twitter Create Memes

Michael Jordan pizza story: The Last Dance's ninth episode covered one of the most famous moments of Jordan's career – The Flu Game against Utah Jazz.

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The 9th episode of Michael Jordan's documentary The Last Dance covered one of the most famous moments of Jordan's career – 'The Flu Game' against Utah Jazz. Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to a 90-88 Game 5 victory by scoring 38 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists, 3 steals and 1 block while showing flu-like symptoms. However, the NBA legend reportedly had food poisoning from bad pizza.

Twitter reacted to the Michael Jordan pizza Utah story, as they creating memes about the Michael Jordan food poisoning story. Here are some of the Michael Jordan pizza Utah story memes and tweets shared on Twitter. 

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Michael Jordan pizza Utah Jazz reaction on Twitter

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Twitter reacts to Michael Jordan food poisoning before the Jazz game

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Michael Jordan pizza story: Michael Jordan food poisoning story explained by Tim Grover

During Tim Grover's recent episode on Barstool Sports' Pardon My Take podcast, he discusses the Michael Jordan food poisoning story. He explains how he got a call asking him to come to Jordan's room in the middle of the night. Jordan was apparently lying in a fetal position. Grover was convinced it was food poisoning as 'there were no signs of flu, anything, being sick before that'.

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