Any album Jay-Z does will have numerous basketball references in it, including his most recent collaboration with Kanye West, the acclaimed "Watch The Throne."
Hit the jump to see what the line is, what it means, and what song the line is from...
"Psycho, I’m liable to go Michael
Take your pick, Jackson, Tyson, Jordan, Game 6."
From the song the hit song, "Niggas In Paris," Jay spits the first verse, packing it with basketball references, with none being greater than the lines above. Jay-Z warns that he's crazy, in the sense that he'll squash you if you go against him. He says he is legendary, Michael legendary. He dominated the rap game like Michael Jackson dominated pop music, like Mike Tyson dominated boxing, and how Michael Jordan dominated the sport of basketball. Jay implies his killer instinct by referencing Michael Jordan's famous last shot over Byron Russell in Game 6 against the Utah Jazz in the NBA Finals. Jay, like Mike, always comes up big.