When listing the great American sports dynasties, you think of Bill Russell’s Boston Celtics, the New York Yankees of many different eras, the New England Patriots with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, and Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls.
Jordan’s Bulls were so dominant that they won three titles in a row–twice. The only thing stopping them in between the two “three-peats” was Jordan’s sabbatical playing baseball.
Everyone has their favorite Bulls team of that era. Some choose the ’91 team because it was the first to win a championship. Some choose the ’96 team who set the record for the most wins in a regular season. In the end, it doesn’t matter. They were all great.
Here we’ve taken a look at the final Jordan-Bulls team. The 1997-1998 Bulls capped off their second three-peat with an NBA Finals win over the Utah Jazz. We take a look at the players and staff who made it all happen, and where they are today.
So, flip through the slides and take a look. It’s a trip down memory lane.