The '90s were a golden age for mankind: denim jackets, dial-up Internet, Pulp Fiction, Jim Carrey in his prime. Comedy had real substance, and obnoxious fashion was acceptable (see Will Smith).
Now, we have jeans with holes in them, web hackers and Honey Boo Boos.
In an attempt to revert the world to a glorious decade, we'll target society's most beloved industry: sports. You've seen the striped style and the pink-brimmed snapbacks, but only the sports world can reveal that decade's true colors.
Let's take a retro trip down memory lane.
For 10 years, Lions great Barry Sanders revolutionized the way backs broke a defender's ankles.
Alonzo Mourning, Muggsy Bogues and Larry "Grandmama" Johnson unite as one.
Andre Agassi post-ponytail and Pete Sampras pre-weight gain, heated rivals, share a moment of levity.
Once a snarling defensive tackle for the Colts, Tony "Goose" Siragusa now tickles our eardrums with his timely sideline broadcasting.
Chicago Bulls legends Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman gasp for air during the '97 Eastern Conference Finals against the Heat.
Iron Mike Tyson during a rare moment of tranquility.
With his 325th victory, legendary Dolphins coach Don Shula set an NFL record for most career victories. This was his celebratory ascent.
President Bill Clinton was the face of the '90s. He honors a fellow legend.
The epic masterpiece, Jordan's final shot, from a new perspective.
Hulk Hogan shows NBA legend Karl Malone, dubbed "The Mailman," how he delivers packages during the 1998 WCW Bash at the Beach.
The King of Steal.
Deion Sanders exchanges pleasantries with fellow superstar Barry Bonds before the 1992 NLCS.
Michigan's talented bunch hit the college hardwood scene in the summer of '91.
Love between heated rivals.
Air Jordan's Zubaz shorts tell the whole story.
Colombia's Carlos Valderrama brought fans a curly masterpiece that we've yet to forget.
The 1996 crop was among the greatest in hardwood history. Allen Iverson is missing in action here.
Derek Jeter, the future captain of the Yankees, shows off his stance as a student at Kalamazoo Central High School.
Whereas Kobe Bryant often towered over the competition, Shaquille O'Neal towered over the world.
A steam room cigar session featuring a legend and his partner in crime.
Steve Young with the retro haircut. Joe Montana with the cool demeanor.
An innocent Tiger Woods at the 1992 L.A. Open in a galaxy far, far away.
The third pick in the 1995 pick, Jerry Stackhouse is seen soaring over Philly in his Stack Mids.
Vintage Dennis Rodman educating David Letterman in the art of obscure fashion. 1990s television at its finest.
Dubbed The Big Hurt, designated hitting legend Frank Thomas crushed the hearts of opposing pitchers for 19 powerful seasons.
Spike Lee around the hardwood as always, acting as Mars Blackmon in an ad with Michael Jordan.
Peyton Manning and Edgerrin James display their fierce chemistry away from the field.
Ken Griffey Jr. gracefully patrolled professional outfields for 22 years.
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air and House Party 2 merge with Michael Jordan for an ideal hi-top fade representation of the '90s.
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Family Matters and NBA basketball. Perfect.