Two weeks after Michael Jordan’s 50th birthday—and two weeks after the onslaught of ESPN specials and commemorations, including a truly excellent profile of the modern-day Jordan by Wright Thompson—it’s time we return to talking about an incomparable, dominant body of work produced during the NBA playoffs of the 90s, and maybe not worry so much about dissecting a presently tormented owner of one of the league’s worst teams. How to trigger that return? John Tesh, of course.