By that time, Jordan had established himself as a leading player Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway, which accounted for the majority of his over 100 New York stage appearances.
In 1992, Jordan had begun filming 1993 when his fatal illness forced him to leave the production.
He provided just four points and two rebounds and was a minus-22, meaning that the Sixers outscored Miami by eight when he was off the court.
Jordan spent eight years with 's New York Shakespeare Festival.
Former Sixers great and Basketball Hall of Famer Charles Barkley was a guest on the , and the discussion turned to the Sixers-Heat series and what the Sixers need to do to steal Game 2 without Joel Embiid.
Richard Jordan died in Los Angeles, California of a brain tumor on August 30, 1993.