On June 14th 1998, Michael Jordan secured his sixth NBA title with the Chicago Bulls after drilling a picture perfect game-winning jumper over Utah's Bryon Russell in Game 6 of the '98 NBA Finals.

This June will mark the 20th anniversary of MJ's "Last Shot" and Jordan Brand has plans to commemorate the occasion by re-releasing the black and red Air Jordan XIVs that were on His Airness's feet that night. 

The "Last Shot" Air Jordan XIV, which originally debuted during the second half of Game 5 of the NBA Finals, will be one of a few Air Jordan XIVs to release in 2018, including the beloved white/red "Candy Cane" colorway which is also set to return. The "Last Shot" XIV was originally retroed in 2005 and released most recently in 2011. The "Candy Cane" rendition last released in 2012.

While Jordan Brand has not announced officials details for either sneaker, it is expected that the Last Shot will release right around the June 14th anniversary and the Candy Cane XIV is reportedly due up during Labor Day Weekend in September.