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The members of the Utah Jazz's 1997 NBA Finals team have been hanging out together the last couple of days in Salt Lake City, sharing a few laughs and memories of the best season in franchise history.

And — no surprise at all — one memory keeps coming up.

"The shot that got us to the final is what sticks out in everybody's mind," John Stockton said Wednesday.

Stockton's 3-pointer in Houston remains perhaps the most iconic moment in Jazz history.

At the team's practice facility Wednesday, Stockton and Bryon Russell gave reporters and some of their old teammates a quick refresher of the play, recreating it on the practice floor.

They were a little older.

Stockton wore jeans.

And Karl Malone wasn't there to set a screen — legal or otherwise — to free Stockton up.

But the Jazz legend only needed one try to sink it.

— Aaron Falk