The Shot is the name given to a game-winning basket made by Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls in the fifth game of the first round of the 1989 NBA Playoffs against the Cleveland Cavaliers, on May 7, 1989, on Cleveland's home floor in Richfield, Ohio over Craig Ehlo of the Cavaliers. The buzzer-beater gave Chicago the best-of-five series, 3–2. It was both a game and series winner. The Shot is considered one of Jordan's greatest clutch moments, and the game itself a classic.
Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls made "The Shot" over Craig Ehlo of the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the game.
Depo-Provera. "The shot" is an injection of hormones (similar to birth control pills) that keeps you from getting pregnant. Once you get it, your birth control is covered for three full months. Also called "Depo" for short.
I'm on the shot so don't worry about getting me pregnant.
When you've eaten spicey food, and take a shit the next day that is hot and burns.
After eating that Chinese food, I got the worst case of the shots!
The shot was basketball great Michael Jordan's supposedly last shot during his last championship game against the Utah Jazz.
It was characterized by a tiny push off against his defender, a nice release, a hold in the pose, while the shot goes in.
It won the Chicago Bulls the game and the championship
"Dude, the shot was better than that instant replay