Michael Jordan has had a bevy of dunks over the years, but which one was his stands out most to him?

Jordan says his most memorable throwdown came during the 1991 playoffs over Patrick Ewing when Jordan's bulls played Ewing's New York Knicks.

I told him, Georgetown guys don’t block shots, all they do is take charges. I dunked it so hard on him it’s unbelievable. Every time I see him, that’s the first thing I remind him of.”

Here's the dunk to refresh your memory:

Jordan also expressed a fondness for his slam over Dikembe Mutombo of the Atlanta Hawks -- a dunk that ended with MJ mimicking Mutombo's infamous finger wag.

In addition to reminiscing about the ghosts of dunks past, Jordan dished on who he'd like to have on the court with him in a pickup game. “Scottie Pippen, for sure," he said. "Magic Johnson, James Worthy and Hakeem Olajuwon. I got no chance of losing. None at all.”

[Sports Illustrated]