Poor Cleveland. What was it about that Daugherty-Nance-Price-Ehlo team that riled Michael Jordan so? If he wasn’t hitting soul-crushing buzzer beaters on them he was humiliating them with scoring binges just because. No surprise that MJ’s career high 69 points came against the Cavs, in front of the Richfield Coliseum crowd he regularly tortured. It’s been 8,198 days since that March 28, 1990 performance but it’s still a vividly fresh reminder of number 23′s absurd talent. Early next year we’ll be seeing the shoes he wore in that game, Air Jordan V in White/Black-Fire Red, back at retail for the third time in 13 years. Get a few new angles of that shoe now, as well as some video of that 69 point lacquering below.