Game 1 of the 1992 NBA Finals was memorable because of the show that Jordan put on. He hit 6 three-point field-goals and scored 35 points in the first half - both NBA Finals records. The Bulls completed their 33 point route of the Blazers and went on to win the championship that year.
Oh yeah, did I mention the fact that MJ sat out for about 6 and a half minutes in the first half and STILL managed to easily get 35 points. During the second half I think he only attempted 4 shots, and connected on 2 of them. It wasn't the individual scoring he cared about or he could have easily gone for 50 or more.
Jordan finished with 39 points on 16-27 shooting, 3 rebounds, 11 assists, and 2 steals.