The world in 1993, Blue Jays last playoff appearance

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May 20, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Former NBA player and current TNT television personality Charles Barkley prior to game one of the Eastern Conference Finals of the NBA Playoffs between the Atlanta Hawks and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Philips Arena. Mandatory Credit: Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports

NFL & NBA in ’93

The Dallas Cowboys made it back-to-back Super Bowl Championships in 1993 with their second straight win over the Buffalo Bills on the big stage. Cowboys running back Emmitt Smith took home the NFL MVP Award while Jerry Rice earned Offensive Player of the Year with 98 receptions for 1,503 yards and 15 touchdowns.

Jerome Bettis, prior to his Pittsburgh Steelers fame, made his name as Offensive Rookie of the Year for the L.A. Rams that season. The great John Elway was the NFL’s passing leader, followed closely by Steve Young and Warren Moon.

On the hard court, Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls pulled off their “3-Peat” by defeating Charles Barkley and the Phoenix Suns in the 1993 NBA Championship. Sir Charles took home the league MVP that season.

Number one overall pick Shaquille O’Neal won Rookie of the Year while breaking backboards for the Orlando Magic. One standout from that season was the Dallas Mavericks, who managed an 11-71 record that year. What an accomplishment!

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