This was supposedly the game where Jeremy Roenick told a story of himself and Michael Jordan playing 36 holes of golf while drinking some beer before Jordan had a game against the Cavs. Roenick said that he won some money from M.J. and then joked that he was going to call his bookey and put money on Cleveland after seeing Jordan play 36 holes while drinking 10 Bud Lights. Jordan went on to tell Roenick that the Bulls would win by 20 and and he would score 40. Roenick said Jordan scored 52 but from all indications, this was seemingly the game that matches up with Roenick’s story as Jordan scored 44 and the Bulls won 126-102 (March 28, 1992).
Michael Jordan’s 44-point effort vs. CLE in 1992 – Jeremy Roenick’s Golf Story Game
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