Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|Easy one: Have the Bulls won the championship everytime they were in the finals (from the beginning of the franchise)?||Chicago Bulls Championships
Yes . The Bulls have a perfect 6 of 6 record in the finals.
3. They won at home in 1992, 1996, and 1997.
Detroit Pistons. Beating the Pistons in 1991 was key to the start of the string of championships.
5, 6, 6, 6, 6, 6. The Bulls have never played a seventh game in the finals and only went five games in the first championship.
It was father's day. This was the first championship Jordan had without his father and the fact that it came on father's day was of special significance.
Paxson. Paxton made the three point shot off a pass from Grant that put them in the lead in the last game.
False . Although Jordan won the finals MVP in all the championship years he won the season MVP in 1988, 1991-92, 1996, and 1998.
4 million dollars. The next season Michael was re-signed for 31 million dollars.
|True or False: Jordan Rodman and Pippen were the three Bulls players who made the all-Defensive First Team for the 1995-96 season?||The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls
True . 1996 was Jordan's seventh selection to the all-defensive first team.
Jordan Pippen . Jordan and Pippen were on the Eastern Confrence all-star team together five times.
Seattle Supersonics. The Bulls won the series in 6 games.
Orlando Magic. The Bulls Swept the series in four games.
New York Knicks. The Bulls won the series in five games.
Miami Heat. The Bulls swept the series in three games.
Phil Jackson. Phil Jackson coached the Bulls from the 1989-90 season thru the 1997-98 season. During that span the Bulls won six championships and made the playoffs each year.
18. Altough the Bulls posted the best record in NBA history in the 1995-96 season, they did not post their best playoff record in their franchises history. The franchise's best record which ended in an NBA title, was during the 1991 playoffs.
Scottie Pippen. Scottie Pippen averaged 5.9 assists-per-game and had 452 total assists.
30.4. The runner-up in points-per-game in the 1995-96 was Hakeem Olajuwon. Michael Jordan beat him by 3.9 points.
Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan also led the NBA in those two categories, which made him the winner of the scoring title (the scoring title goes to the player with the highest points-per-game average). That scoring title was the eighth of his career. It set the record for most scoring titles won in a career. He went on to win two more scoring titles, and establish a new record. The former record holder was Wilt Chamberlein.
72. These 72 wins set a record for a regular season. The previous record of 69 wins was set by the 1971-72 Los Angelas Lakers.
Utah Jazz. The Bulls won the NBA Finals, for their sixth title in eight years.
Tim Floyd. Tim Floyd left the Bulls towards the middle of the 2001-02 season with one of the worst winning percentages in NBA history.
Phil Jackson . Jackson is considered by many to be one of the greatest coaches of all time.
|What team did the Bulls play against in the Eastern Conference Finals in '98, the last year MJ played for the Bulls?||Chicago Bulls Of The 1990s
Indiana Pacers . Michael made the game-winning shot against the Jazz in the 6th game of the Finals, capping-off a great career.
Dennis Rodman . Dennis led the league in rebounding the three years that he was with the Bulls.
72 . The next year the Bulls had 69 wins, setting a new mark for the two best back-to-back seasons in NBA history.