What else is there to say?
The man had so many facets to his game that a move list is almost impossible, but Jordan's fadeaway, which I argue he solely invented out of hard work, imagination and ingenuity, was an act of unique transcendence in the possibilities of guard post-play.
After 1993, when some of Jordan's otherworldly athletic abilities slightly waned, he focused on a move that would cement his legacy in posterity, one that he could still dominate with.
That was his fadeaway.
So many players succumbed to it in the mid-to-late 90s and early 2000s, and Jordan's style was so omnipresent in the League atmosphere he created, that it was quickly and easily, if not close to perfectly, emulated.
Of course, Jordan never minded that other players copied his shot, mainly Kobe Bryant and a host of young guards and forwards, but he as well as anyone knew it's not what you do, it's how you do it.
Six titles, anyone?