Facing a challenge has never been an issue for Michael Jordan. In 1988's Slam Dunk contest in Chicago, he needed a 49 out of 50 to beat Dominique Wilkins, aka The Human Highlight Film. What Jordan did next was the stuff of legends. He lined up on the other end of the court, dribbled down to the free throw line and began his ascension. While soaring toward the basket, he double-pumped the ball before slamming it home to the delight and amazement of those in attendance and viewing around the globe. The result was a perfect 50 and a second consecutive Slam Dunk contest title. The moment was larger than life, and this image captured that moment perfectly. UDA has blown up this magical moment on an epic scale with this 30" x 40" print that comes impressively matted and framed. Jordan has signed this 1988 Scoreboard Dunk 30" x 40" image in silver paint pen. His signature is deemed authentic by virtue of Upper Deck Authenticated's Five-Step Process.