Chicago Bulls 1993 Championship

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marcos laureano
marcos laureano 9 ай бұрын
Getting to watch this series with my dad who was a Chicago Bulls and Michael Jordan fanatic right along with me - is a highlight of MY life. So thank you 1993 Chicago Bulls and Sleep In Peace Pops - I love you - until we get to watch another Finals together again.
Mike Ballard
Mike Ballard 3 ай бұрын
Very cool 😎 !!!!
Teddy Gonzalez
Teddy Gonzalez 3 ай бұрын
I feel you bro. I lost my Pops going on 2 years at age 81. In our in lifetime we were totally blessed to witness every Chicago team win championships. Bears Bulls Blackhawks Sox then that amazing Cubs Cleveland World Series. May they both RIP. That goes for you too Maurice.
Maurice Martin
Maurice Martin 8 ай бұрын
Me too
Tammy Green
Tammy Green Жыл бұрын
The GREATEST times of my life, thanks Chicago Bulls for all the great memories
Tammy Green
Tammy Green Ай бұрын
Yr I titled to yr O-pinion, as I said, Michelle is in a league of his on, I don't see, nor hear them speaking on the 86's, I see MY MAN, MICHEAL JORDAN in the LIME LITE, can you accept my O-pinion
33 13
33 13 Ай бұрын
To me the 86 Celtics are the greatest team ever then you have the 88 Lakers 82 Sixers take any of those teams against Jordan's bulls any year what did Jordan win in the eighties the big goose egg
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
I rem changing the channel bc I thoght I was jinxing them I could only take 2 3 minutes watching those games was hard to do
Jay Scribe
Jay Scribe Ай бұрын
yup! The Bulls were must see TV
Myron Williams
Myron Williams 2 ай бұрын
I’m 46 and I say Lebron who? There is nothing like Jordan and those Bulls.
Levi Iniguez
Levi Iniguez 2 жыл бұрын
I would love to travel back in time and sit court side during this era.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 6 ай бұрын
Me too, I miss this basketball.
Jimmy Dee
Jimmy Dee 11 ай бұрын
2 3-peats is unfathomable, greatest dynasty ever.
Жамбек Бабудай
Жамбек Бабудай 21 күн бұрын
@Zacquee Entertainment Where is Larry Bird Boston? Team of weak and noname players wins VS top Lakers
Joseph Pinkney
Joseph Pinkney 3 ай бұрын
Sorry. Boston Celtics 8 straight.
James Prez
James Prez 4 ай бұрын
The most beautiful part about the 2 3-peat is THE GOAT was the finals MVP for each chip making him the MAJOR reason for this dynasty.
1983jblack
1983jblack 4 ай бұрын
@milo lee I'd take Showtime over the Heat any day and be willing to put money on it
1983jblack
1983jblack 4 ай бұрын
@Zacquee Entertainment I'd round the other two being the early '70s Knicks and the Minneapolis Lakers of the late '40s-early '50s (5 titles in 7 years including 3 in a row as mentioned in this video)
William Koscielniak
William Koscielniak 4 жыл бұрын
That "Smith stopped, stopped again" play felt like it lasted for eternity back when I watched it live as a kid. I couldn't believe the Bulls came away with the ball. It was like time stopped and Smith was under the basket for eternity and then time moved again and the Bulls had it and won. Still my favorite game of all time!
airkuna
airkuna Ай бұрын
What, which game?
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
@Lorenzo Jacobs bet that was fun. One of my fav memories was rooting for USC against Notre dame that yr anthony davis scored 5 tds and they scorched notre dame man I had a ball lot of crying towels had to be passed out
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
Tge teams the bulls had to beat every yr just to get to the finals I'm thinking could have beaten the lequit led cavs in all those finals of his
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
That was without a doubt o e of the wildest sequence if plays I've ever seen I rem thinking there going to call a foul it was quite something
William Morgan
William Morgan 4 ай бұрын
😬😬😬
Zacquee Entertainment
Zacquee Entertainment 8 ай бұрын
This was Jordans best year. He averaged 40 in the finals. Absolutely unstoppable.
IP4LIFE
IP4LIFE 24 күн бұрын
95-96 Bulls
Armando P
Armando P 28 күн бұрын
93 and 98 teams were similar as both teams benches were weaker than before but they still had the best of all time in Michael Jordan.
J J
J J Ай бұрын
41
Chichi Arungwa
Chichi Arungwa 4 ай бұрын
@Burner from an athletic standpoint 87 was his peak. 87 Jordan was the greatest individual basketball player the world has ever seen. 89-90 was amazing, but not like 87 Jordan
Burner
Burner 4 ай бұрын
He was better in 1989-1990, it was his peak
Vallie’s World
Vallie’s World 8 ай бұрын
The league should bring these NBA Yearbooks back! Allows the fans to see players from a different perspective and truly appreciate the skill and preparation of a professional athlete.
SwaggerLikeUz
SwaggerLikeUz 9 жыл бұрын
I watched almost every Bulls game that year, wow talk about unforgettable! 90's forever
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
Man, I’m 43 now and those times were beautiful to watch.
the glasses riley
the glasses riley 6 ай бұрын
The 90s Jordan ruled the whole 90s but the 2000s was the dominant Lakers and spurs.
Lorenzo Jacobs
Lorenzo Jacobs 9 ай бұрын
I predicted in HS that after the Bulls lost the first 2 games to the Knicks, that they’d win 4 straight. Sweet
Jay Scribe
Jay Scribe Ай бұрын
really? nobody thought they would win that series
Michie Shen
Michie Shen 7 жыл бұрын
I love that last part when BJ Armstrong was crying and Phil Jackson hugged him. That was like some fatherly love. Awesome!
Terrelle Davis-Marks
Terrelle Davis-Marks 2 ай бұрын
I loved that moment too.
Tammy Green
Tammy Green 5 ай бұрын
@Matt Danny A, who was so nervous that the locker room teased him latee and said he almost shi--ed his pants, lol
Doctor X
Doctor X 7 ай бұрын
@Matt I can't remember the precise episode since the last time I watched it was 2 years ago. I would go through all the episodes until you get to the one that talks about the third championship run.
Matt
Matt 7 ай бұрын
@Doctor X what part of the last dance was that?
Larry Cunningham
Larry Cunningham 9 ай бұрын
I had this on vhs back in the day. Watched it almost every day during that summer. Drove my parents crazy because I would watch it full blast 😂
Gi joey
Gi joey 10 ай бұрын
I wore this VHS out when I was a kid. This was my favorite Bulls playoff run.
Holden Mizack
Holden Mizack 4 ай бұрын
Same. The Paxson 3 always brings emotional memories. Remembering watching this game as a kid with people that aren't around anymore.
Gamer Dell
Gamer Dell 5 ай бұрын
I watched NBA jam session, mj come fly w me, nba bloopers w frank layton.
You Tuber
You Tuber 6 ай бұрын
@Gi joey that makes sense
Gi joey
Gi joey 7 ай бұрын
@You Tuber probably because it was the first one I was old enough to appreciate. Also the buzzer beater to win the series against Cleveland, coming back from 2-0 against New York, the classic Game 5 of that series, triple overtime Game 3 vs Phoenix, 55 point game by Jordan in Game 4, Paxson’s shot in Game 6.
You Tuber
You Tuber 7 ай бұрын
it's nice to meet you and please tell me why was this your favorite bulls champiobship run
Arturo Rex
Arturo Rex 5 ай бұрын
How does this not get more views?? I have all their Championships on DVD. They're awesome!
Jay Scribe
Jay Scribe Ай бұрын
me too
sonny day
sonny day 4 ай бұрын
Man 90's teams loved to play the game, they made it entertaining to watch. You can see the enthusiasm.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
you are right
Matthew Elmore
Matthew Elmore 9 жыл бұрын
If I had to watch one playoff game from the last 20 years, it's got to be Game 5 between the Knicks and the Bulls. Not only was a trip to the Finals riding on that game, but legacies were at stake as well. Would MJ have had the same legacy had they fallen to the Knicks? Would Ewing have been revered by New York with a win against a MJ-led Chicago Bulls team? Who knows...
You Tuber
You Tuber 5 ай бұрын
@TheStoicAtheist rap music literally always has and will be REALLY low in talent and in basketball the best individual statistics go in this EXACT order #1 TIED the rebounding from wilt chamberlain and bill russell #2 TIED the scoring from wilt chamberlain and shotblocking from bill russell #3 the shotblocking from wilt chamberlain #4 the passing from oscar robertson #5 the scoring from kareem abdul-jabbar #6 the scoring from michael jordan #7 the passing from magic johnson #8 the scoring from larry bird and #9 the passing from jerry west
TheStoicAtheist
TheStoicAtheist 5 ай бұрын
@You Tuber MJ is the GOAT. Like Eminem is the GOAT like Tom Brady is the GOAT like Tiger Woods is the GOAT. You have other legendary names, but only one GOAT. MJ did more in less time and was a more complete player than anyone you listed in my opinion. No one was like Jordan and so far no one except maybe Kobe has gotten as close to being a perfect BBall player as Jordan.
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
It would’ve been different for Jordan’s legacy.
Tom Walsh
Tom Walsh 6 ай бұрын
Ewing never got past Jordan
You Tuber
You Tuber 6 ай бұрын
@Ryan Kenealy you make sense and nothing AT ALL against you but i refuse to ever ever agree with you saying it's too hard to compare because overall greatness/quality is your #1 overall main deciding factor and i'll say the best individual statistics are #1 TIED the rebounding from wilt chamberlain and bill russell #2 TIED the scoring from wilt chamberlain and shotblocking from bill russell #3 the shotblocking from wilt chamberlain #4 the passing from oscar robertson #5 the scoring from kareem abdul-jabbar #6 the scoring from michael jordan #7 the passing from magic johnson #8 the scoring from larry bird and #9 the passing from jerry west
TDubb Audio
TDubb Audio 6 ай бұрын
The best championship out of the 6 IMO. No homecourt advantage, Michael and Scottie not getting an offseason breather and those damn NY Knicks scared the hell out me as a kid, not gonna lie.
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
Lequit would gave spent half the game picking himself up off the court
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
The cavs pacers and knicks all p ln ayer the bulls tough as hell. Not possible but I would have loved to have seen lequits cavs all those easy po at j.g s to the final play Pacers Knicks and the cavs from back then I doubt they would have went too more than 2 finals ask around find out from some nba vets I would love to hear their answers too
rcpainter
rcpainter 3 жыл бұрын
Is it just me or did the Bulls just play some pretty basketball. They made it look like a work of art!
Terrelle Davis-Marks
Terrelle Davis-Marks 2 ай бұрын
Absolutely!
A snark
A snark 3 ай бұрын
@Abraham Mnjama Lololo...
You Tuber
You Tuber 7 ай бұрын
it's nice to meet you the bulls six championship teams were legendary but the 1992 bulls lost 7 playoff games by a combined 82 points while the 1996 bulls lost 3 playoff games by a combined 35 points and in 1991 they lost 2 playoff games by a combined 4 points
Abraham Mnjama
Abraham Mnjama 9 ай бұрын
They were a runaway train, no one absolutely no one was able to tame them.
Tony Sanders
Tony Sanders 10 ай бұрын
You Absolutely Correct!
buckwildboys1
buckwildboys1 2 жыл бұрын
MJ in the 93 playoffs was the definition of the perfect basketball player.. pure domination
airkuna
airkuna Ай бұрын
LeBron was more dominant.
You Tuber
You Tuber 5 ай бұрын
@Tammy Green okay
Tammy Green
Tammy Green 5 ай бұрын
@You Tuber you did ask if it were I, who would I pick, and I told you
You Tuber
You Tuber 5 ай бұрын
@Tammy Green you make sense and you said that team would be just as the dream team please tell me what team were you referring to
Tammy Green
Tammy Green 5 ай бұрын
@You Tuber yuuup, that team would be just as the dream team remember, all the greats, and of course Magic Johnson would be there, Wilt, Bill, Jerry, Bird, JORDAN, Penny, Anderson who missed 3 free throws back 2 back, Shaq, Pippen, Danny, Paxton, ect,,, the list goes own, but I would never ever trade in my CHICAGO BULLS team all of them would definitely have to come along
Michael Norris
Michael Norris 7 ай бұрын
One of the few times I was actually rooting against Michael. I as a sixer fan, I was rooting for former sixer, Charles Barkley.
Yakuba Mansaray
Yakuba Mansaray 2 жыл бұрын
This was a team that became great over the course of time. Starting in 84 with MJ, the acquisition of Paxson in 85, 87 with the drafting of Pippen and Grant, 88 with the trade for Cartwright, they bonded together on the court, and became great. That's what makes this 93 team so satisfying. They learned and lost and hurt, but once they learned, they just kept winning. Even tired, even banged up, even splintering from internal strife, even playing into June for the third straight year, even taking on all comers, even getting everybody's best shot, they kept winning. That's hard. One of the sad things about the current era of free agency is that guys won't play together long enough to bond into a tight unit like this.
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
True evolution of a team.
Terminato92
Terminato92 7 ай бұрын
@Erik Muniz You’re the one who needs to get his facts checked. Paxson was drafted by the San Antonio Spurs and spent his first two seasons there from 1983-1985 until signing as a free agent with the Bulls during the 1985 offseason. Next time, do your research before you come up with a strawman argument you numnuts.
Erik Muniz
Erik Muniz 7 ай бұрын
Bro John Paxson was in Chicago bulls way before anybody else in the team, he was drafted in 1983 not in '85. So he was there before MJ, pippen, grant, bj Armstrong and the rest of the team. Pippen and grant were drafted in '87 not '88 bro get your facts straight.
Michalis Kakiousis
Michalis Kakiousis 5 жыл бұрын
Insane editing. What a great job! The tracks are also great
nicnich7
nicnich7 Жыл бұрын
One of the best the NBA has ever produced. The musical scoring is on point.
Nikko Vallena
Nikko Vallena 3 жыл бұрын
We got a dvd on this along with the Bulls other championship season.
Wis Dom
Wis Dom 4 жыл бұрын
It was done professionally by the NBA, not by the uploader.
Kelvin Gillett
Kelvin Gillett 3 жыл бұрын
I hope the younger basketball viewers today can see and appreciate how ruff and tuff it was in the east at that time comparing to the west .was much easier to get to the finals in the west than it was to get to the finals in the east ,
Robert Spence
Robert Spence Ай бұрын
Csn you just imagine ln equit playing back then he would have been laughed at co nb stantly
Dana Long
Dana Long 8 жыл бұрын
RIP Hal Douglas 1924-2014, the greatest VO announcer ever!
USCOMMONSNSE
USCOMMONSNSE 4 ай бұрын
Peter thomas
Power Gear
Power Gear 7 ай бұрын
Was just thinking about his unique voice
You Tuber
You Tuber 9 ай бұрын
it's nice to meet you and national geographic said reincarnation is real so it PROBABLY is
Tony Sanders
Tony Sanders 10 ай бұрын
Rest In Heaven Hal Douglas!!! U Was Awesome!!
RCM8322
RCM8322 Жыл бұрын
Damn right. Love him. The beginning of the video of him narrating about the 3 peat gives me goosebumps
depannist
depannist 8 ай бұрын
I lived in NY at the time and was surrounded by Knick fans at work. Wasn't easy listening to them leading up to the playoffs. The Knicks were unbeatable at the Garden. They were certain 93 was their year and then being up 2-0 on the Bulls, they were 110% confident. I actually felt a little bad for them after Game 5. Everybody knew the Cinderella run was over. NY deserved a ring, just not on Jordan's watch.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
NY couldn't even get one against the bulls and the rockets.
TRON1007R
TRON1007R Жыл бұрын
The GOAT scored every point in the 4th quarter in this game until Paxson hit the last shot. That's a lot of pressure on the GOAT. MJ is the 🐐
TRON1007R
TRON1007R 5 ай бұрын
@John D Walker Probably LeBron what? Please don't tell me we have another person on here that knows how to type but not how to count or do basic math. LeBron is 4-6 in the Finals. He got swept twice in the Finals. He's lost more than he has won. He is 19% in the clutch for 100 final shots. Jordan is 51% in the clutch. LeBron has 1 Scoring Title. Jordan has 10 consecutive scoring titles. LeBron has no Steals Tiles and NO Defensive Player of the Year Award. Jordan has 3 Steals Titles and a DPOY, during the same years he got scoring titles. I could go on but clearly LeBron is not even close. Jordan did more than LeBron after he came back from Quitting.
John D Walker
John D Walker 5 ай бұрын
@TRON1007R probably Lebron
John D Walker
John D Walker 5 ай бұрын
@Erik Muniz if Michael didn't play the way he played the Bulls would've gotten blown out and Paxson's shot would be meaningless, thus........ Michael is the 🐐
Erik Muniz
Erik Muniz 6 ай бұрын
@Classic Dufferin no
Classic Dufferin
Classic Dufferin 6 ай бұрын
@Erik Muniz are you 12 yrs old ?
Juan Manzano
Juan Manzano 2 жыл бұрын
The Knicks had a perfect home record in the playoffs and had a great potential. It just took that one loss in game 5 and it was over. What an abrupt way to end the season.
Pomerlain89
Pomerlain89 2 жыл бұрын
The Knicks had actually won 27 straight games at MSG spanning 4 months before the Bulls finally ended the streak. That just broke their confidence and you knew they weren't coming back for a Game 7.
Hagop Gulesserian
Hagop Gulesserian 2 жыл бұрын
It was my First NBA Finals...I will never forget it...I was 12 at that time...unforgettable the Paxson's 3Pt, the triple overtime Game...Both teams were great like most of the people i was a Bulls fan but I also love the Suns especially Sir Charles & KJ but also the great shooter Dan Majerle and Richard Dumas...So sad he had drug problems and fucked up his career, he was a great rookie. But the Bulls were unstoppaBulls !
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
I was 14, what a time to be alive!
Army Vet
Army Vet 6 ай бұрын
I'll never forget watching those games and just being in awe of MJ. He just refused to lose when it mattered.
gurujr
gurujr 3 ай бұрын
In those championship days where one couldn't even get a ticket unless you knew multiple guys who knew multiple guys. Bulls teams that may never be beat in excitement.
A snark
A snark 3 ай бұрын
It's easy when the refs blow And-1 fouls on the other side for looking at you hard. Stern and his org were corrupt mofos out to do one thing: sell a product. I loved it back then and it worked, but favoritism for stars is real, and MJ was the most favored player of all time. One funny thing about the league though was that they gave some fans in massive markets what they wanted. NY Knicks and Detroit ALWAYS were allowed to play Rugby style, especially in the playoffs.
Terrell Brown
Terrell Brown 3 жыл бұрын
Everytime I watched a bulls game especially the finals it felt like I was watching a Rocky film
Mason Malone
Mason Malone 8 ай бұрын
You hit the nail right on the head thats why I cannot jump on the LBJ wagon not enough excitement on the edge of you sit watching!
Jose Rodriguez
Jose Rodriguez 8 ай бұрын
I remember going nuts when Paxson hit that 3 great memory
Steve Sibaja
Steve Sibaja 3 жыл бұрын
90's Bulls playing at a higher level in Basketball🏀💪🏀💪🏀💪🏀💪
JuiceAk90
JuiceAk90 10 жыл бұрын
This probably my favorite Bulls Championship run.
You Tuber
You Tuber 3 жыл бұрын
why is that
P0gU
P0gU 9 жыл бұрын
This is by far my favorite Bulls championship, I will never forget this year.
Fujimoose
Fujimoose 2 жыл бұрын
I remember when the Bulls won. I was in third grade when they won. I lived in a Chicago suburb so we would always be watching the bulls. When they won I remember being in the back of a station wagon yelling threepeat.
Damien Prince
Damien Prince 4 жыл бұрын
@ 9:05 " I wanted to prove to them that hey, no matter what you do, what changes you make, I'ma overcome that challenge." That"s why he's the GOAT.
dadefinest305
dadefinest305 6 ай бұрын
NBA today is nothing but a shooting around session with players made of glass
You Tuber
You Tuber 9 ай бұрын
@Half Shot 🏀 no the rules made the game harder when the nba was led by wilt chamberlain and bill russell
Half Shot 🏀
Half Shot 🏀 9 ай бұрын
@You Tuber Bill is playing on an Nba thats barely out of its diapers and midgets too. The same for Wilt, cant win over an aging Russel with a super team. Sit down homes
You Tuber
You Tuber Жыл бұрын
the goats are wilt chamberlain and bill russell
Paul Edfors
Paul Edfors 2 жыл бұрын
greatest sports championship ever, with great editing!, was from Chicago at the time, could not wait for the 93 playoffs, but had a two month trip to India where I missed all of it, but kept track of the finals in USA today. when I arrived back home everyone was still celebrating, it was a dream!!
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
This was Sir Charles best chance to get that ring, he deserves one but I could say that about a lot of cats in the 90s.
Joey Phoenix
Joey Phoenix 2 ай бұрын
Actually Sir Charle’s best chance was in the 93-94 season. That team was stacked but lost to Houston after being up 3-1.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
Even if it went to 7 games, Barkley would still lose to Jordan.
seanyiscubsfan1
seanyiscubsfan1 2 жыл бұрын
Chicago will always be the greatest sports city. In the last 30 years there have been 10 championships. 1991, 1992, 1993, 1996, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2010, 2013, 2015, and 2016. The Bears, Blackhawks, Cubs, and Bulls will always be the teams that represent the greatest city in all of sports.
daimon7
daimon7 3 ай бұрын
Bro! You forgot the White Sox in 2005. You must be a Cub fan! 😆
Ave Jaly
Ave Jaly 2 жыл бұрын
THIS over all seasons now. Goosebumps.
Wis Dom
Wis Dom 8 жыл бұрын
Chicago was phenomenal to beat those Knicks because those Knicks would embarrassed ANY team today. I guarantee it!!!!
Ken Summoner
Ken Summoner 4 ай бұрын
Very true
Alux
Alux 4 ай бұрын
I guarantee they wouldnt embarass anyone today
You Tuber
You Tuber 9 ай бұрын
it's nice to meet you and please tell me exactly what u mean
Brian White
Brian White 10 ай бұрын
@You Tuber From 1988- 1992 their culture were different from the next five years.
optimus2g
optimus2g Жыл бұрын
@William Koscielniak The 97 Knicks were also excellent and could have beaten the Bulls, but as usual, the Knicks were their own worst enemies. They were idiots in that Miami series and got caught making a huge mental error when they left the bench area against the Heat resulting in all of those suspensions. The Bulls didn't beat themselves, but the Knicks turned it into an art form---this coming from a Knicks fan. Credit to Jordan and Jackson for keeping their team composed.
Moses Ruperto
Moses Ruperto 6 ай бұрын
People dare to compare players of today to Michael Jordan. To lead a team to double 3-peats its something that may never happen again.
robbieyh
robbieyh 9 жыл бұрын
John Paxson a great player with the three championships! Clutch performance . Key piece to bulls success....
Terrelle Davis-Marks
Terrelle Davis-Marks 2 ай бұрын
Yes he was. The team could always count on him. To me that is a great player - He never let the team down and MJ trusted him.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
I wouldn't say great player, but a good player.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 6 ай бұрын
He was big with that game winning shot to get the 3-peat.
Michael Shaw
Michael Shaw 9 ай бұрын
Paxson also hit many clutch shots on the first championship game against Lakers. He was always trailing Jordan when Jordan decided to defer to him, he just hit it.
Daniel Coda
Daniel Coda 10 ай бұрын
Same as Bj Armstrong! Also levingston, williams and King made great performances! wow!
Varsity Patriettes
Varsity Patriettes 10 жыл бұрын
geez all of these videos played a such a major role in my development as a basketball player growing up in AAU. The Bulls send these videos to all season ticket holders.
the glasses riley
the glasses riley 6 ай бұрын
Legends of the game of basketball.
Marcus Lopez
Marcus Lopez 8 ай бұрын
The 1993 Chicago Bulls team is my favorite team. I love my Chicago Bulls and Chicago Cubs. The 93 Bulls team holds a special place in my heart. They didn't have the best record in the league at, that time. However, when push came to shove they, stepped up to the plate, and rose to, the occasion!!
Venom Symbiote
Venom Symbiote 3 ай бұрын
Whoever narrated these bulls championship videos is honestly right up there with Morgan Freeman in my opinion. Next level narrating 👍👍
Z
Z 3 жыл бұрын
I wish I was there watching Jordan's Greatness.
Tony Sanders
Tony Sanders 10 ай бұрын
I Wished U Was With Us Too!!
Bat20One
Bat20One 3 жыл бұрын
This is by far one of my favorite team NBA videos, the voice, the music, and highlights are perfect. This Bulls teams I have so much respect for especialy when they had to face their arch rival Knicks and beat them. Though it broked my heart when they finished off my Suns in game 6, this video braught so much fun memories of those good old NBA games. Today's NBA will not survived the 80's and early 90's NBA in my honest opinion.
J. Chris Johnston
J. Chris Johnston 3 жыл бұрын
40:15 pretty sums up in one sentence why Jordan truly is the Greatest & the most Dominant Basketball Player of All Time
Djuan Benjamin
Djuan Benjamin 5 ай бұрын
Play starting at 20:37 is one of the most defensive displays in playoff history.
NeoViny
NeoViny 9 ай бұрын
Oh man, how I Love these old documentaries…. This era was special, no doubt about it…
Jonathan Blaze
Jonathan Blaze 2 жыл бұрын
I came just to watch the Conference Finals against the Knicks. One of the best series ever! RIP Charles Smith.
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 6 ай бұрын
@Jonathan Blaze he should of passed it, instead of going for the basket.
Jonathan Blaze
Jonathan Blaze 2 жыл бұрын
@ericradford2142 Yes. He passed away at the end of Game 5. Underneath his own rim. Sad.
ericradford2142
ericradford2142 2 жыл бұрын
Jonathan Blaze He didn’t die.
Dansten Mou
Dansten Mou 4 ай бұрын
The first three peat was the best because these players came through great disappointments of 1989 and1990 to win three in a row. Unlike second three peat, the players were all super stars who came together to create history for the Bulls and MJ by winning three in a row, 1996, 1997 and 1998. Thanks MJ and the team for the best memories.
Cliff Frazier
Cliff Frazier 9 жыл бұрын
Sublime you're right. It was the athletic peak of Jordan, Pippen, and Grant that enabled the bulls to play lockdown defense.
Abraham Mnjama
Abraham Mnjama 9 ай бұрын
Man the pressure on the coaches.......you can almost touch it.
Rubin Palmer
Rubin Palmer 3 ай бұрын
Never gets old man
Jay Scribe
Jay Scribe Ай бұрын
I enjoyed watching Jordan/Bulls basketball so much it was an integral part of my youth
Lootin Lenny
Lootin Lenny 9 жыл бұрын
Great times watching these bulls I remember watching game six in packed house everybody glued too the TV. We see and hear the famous words..... Paxson for 3 man we went crazy! Miss 90's ball NBA on NBC was great.
the real_notoriousakagdubb
the real_notoriousakagdubb 7 ай бұрын
Chicago Bulls had finished the 3rd best record at 57-25 and no.2 ranked in 1992-93
Daniel Coda
Daniel Coda 10 ай бұрын
I replay that couple of gameplays against the Knicks over and over and thats really same excitment! (min 20:01 and min: 20:31 What a game! What players!
the real_notoriousakagdubb
the real_notoriousakagdubb 7 ай бұрын
Phoenix Suns had the league best record at 62-20 and the 1992-93 league MVP-Charles Barkley aka Sir Charles
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
But, they didn't get the job done in the Finals.
CaRL DJuSTIceD
CaRL DJuSTIceD 2 жыл бұрын
Now thats the legend there...no matter what challenge, MJ gonna beat it...and poor Knicks just got their souls stolen...good battle always vs Knicks...i wanna see that guy who made the choke sign in the end...thats perfect for dan majerle air ball 😂😂😂
nj23dublin
nj23dublin 9 жыл бұрын
I was about 10-11 and there's no way a kid today can see anything as good as the nba was then. I would watch this over some of today's games..
Richard Hicks Jr.
Richard Hicks Jr. 6 ай бұрын
As a Knicks fan 93 Was painful. Blowing a 2-0 Series lead
Hector Lopez
Hector Lopez 3 ай бұрын
After 2-0, Knicks were done
Rodney Washington
Rodney Washington 2 жыл бұрын
I just remember yelling YEAH!!! when Paxon hit that 3😁 Then when Horace blocked that shot, I jumped outta my living room chair at home all by myself as a 12 year old going on 13 that summer. Forever Great Memories🏆🏆🏆
Michael Shaw
Michael Shaw 9 ай бұрын
Horace's bock on KJ's last shot was crucial. Basketball is indeed a team sports. A team needs superstar but everyone plays an important role for the wins.
Tre
Tre 9 ай бұрын
Haha as a 10 year old obsessed with the Suns and basketball, it broke my little boy heart when that 3 dropped for Paxson. I knew before it even went in, that it was going in.
Tony Sanders
Tony Sanders 10 ай бұрын
Oh Yeah That Was Awesome!#
KingDizzleLTDinc.
KingDizzleLTDinc. Жыл бұрын
We will never see a 6 out of 8 title run ever again in the NBA
realtalkfbs
realtalkfbs 9 ай бұрын
9:33 he just palms the ball off the bounce. Crazy!!
Donkeytime
Donkeytime 6 ай бұрын
Michael Jordan had the will to win in the most competitive era than any other player in history, this is why in any other era that he couldn't lose to... His focus was to always make the shot when it was made.
Anthony Johnson
Anthony Johnson 5 ай бұрын
100% facts
ROQUE MIKE MARTINEZ
ROQUE MIKE MARTINEZ 2 ай бұрын
Kevin Johnson was my favorite player; Phoenix was my team. But damn, MJ and those Bulls were something special.
Jason Burdette
Jason Burdette 8 ай бұрын
This was great part my childhood!
music fan
music fan 11 ай бұрын
The Suns had a great chance to win until Charles proclaimed publicly that God wanted them (the Suns) to win (before the series started). That being said, Charles has probably had the most fun post-NBA life of any player thus far. And well deserved, IMHO.㊗️
bozziovai
bozziovai 2 ай бұрын
I remember this when i was in high school we cut classes just to watch the games. We're all Bulls fans but for the sake of excitement some of our friends bet on the other team. Good times....
Michalis Kakiousis
Michalis Kakiousis 3 жыл бұрын
ah the good times! how I loved watching NBA back in the days.
John D Walker
John D Walker 5 ай бұрын
This was/is my favorite championship 🏆 that the Bulls won because against all odds...... Phoenix had the better record, home court advantage, Barkley was MVP that year and Phoenix "seemingly" had more talent, but against all odds.........
shutterbugblues
shutterbugblues 10 жыл бұрын
The 93 season was my favorite championship year. My favorite team though was the 94 team.
Hnopedro
Hnopedro 5 ай бұрын
I was barkley fan but mj was special for me best final ever unexperience suns did good they got to the finals with lot rookies miller,dumas etc
Carolyn Miller
Carolyn Miller Жыл бұрын
All great teams have bad moments, but it's all worth it if you end your season with a championship
Kobe Keyboard
Kobe Keyboard 8 ай бұрын
The bestestest times of my life and of basketball
Cassa Hedges
Cassa Hedges 8 жыл бұрын
Micheal Jordan and scottie are like brothers
Oswaldo Miranda Junior
Oswaldo Miranda Junior 8 ай бұрын
@Johnie Kilroy first , and so what ? Are you better than people from third world? Second, Europe is not the Third world ;third, basketball and soccer are wonderful ; no space for prejudices
Tom Kee
Tom Kee 9 ай бұрын
@M nobody cares
Johnie Kilroy
Johnie Kilroy Жыл бұрын
@M Most of those are third world.
M
M 2 жыл бұрын
3675 Soccer is the number 1 and most powerful sport on Earth. Soccer is the WORLD GAME and its huge in over 240 countries. Basketball is huge in less than 40 countries sfgw
sergegrone
sergegrone 7 ай бұрын
I agree that Game 5 was a clear victory for the Suns, but come on...not a single Bulls highlight? there was a sick dunk by Pippen in the 1st quarter when the Bulls were recovering some lost ground.
Daniel Travison
Daniel Travison Ай бұрын
Mythical heroes all of these wonderful men truly are. The stuff of legends.
AP 81
AP 81 7 ай бұрын
Michael Jordan in his prime. Had he not retired after 93 he would've almost assuredly won 4 in a row and most likely another league MVP. LeBron is a freak athlete and most likely a top 5 player but he will never eclipse the Superstardom almost Rockstar like level of celebrity MJ had after this season. Charles won the MVP by default really. He was great and was just as vital to his teams success as anyone during this time but it was clear as day obvious who the best player in the world was in the 90s. MJ lead the league in scoring again and could take over a game at will and Charles knows he was given the award because Michael didn't mind throwing his best buddy at the time a bone because he knew the championship was his and Charles deserved to be recognized as he was definitely the 2nd best player that year.
DIna Abdalla
DIna Abdalla 6 жыл бұрын
I'm in the rare percentage when I say I believe the first 3 peat team were better then the 96 to 98 because. The 91 to 93 bulls were younger and more athletic ....... I'll go to my grave thinking that
wrotedog
wrotedog 11 ай бұрын
It was a wrap once they got rodman, they were unstoppable then.
megavolt67
megavolt67 Жыл бұрын
​@Anish Gandhi Believe it or not, that '91 Laker team was statistically better than a few of the Kareem teams. Vlade Divacs was no scrub and a close to retirement Kareem wasn't what he used to be. Magic was also still at the tail end of his MVP caliber prime (it's the HIV diagnosis that triggered his early retirement, not any decline in play). People (usually people with ulterior motives like LeBron stans, though you don't appear to be one) like to pretend that it was easy for the '91 Bulls (and the Pistons weren't "old" either...at all), but it wasn't. They were just really good. That said, of course it was easier a few games into the finals after Worthy and Scott were sidelined. But injuries (and bad calls) happen and there are too many other what ifs we could ask about many championship outcomes if you want to go there.
RB23
RB23 2 жыл бұрын
Toni Kukoc was an all-star level player coming off the bench for the 2nd team. Even if you want to call everything else a wash with Kerr-Paxson, Grant-Rodman, and Longley-Cartwright, no one on the first team comes remotely close to Kukoc. The 97 Bulls also had Bison Dele who averaged 16-9 as a starter for other teams in that period.
alex kanyima
alex kanyima 3 жыл бұрын
@Jarvase dundy but it was just getting out of the basketball industry
BagCRAZYTV
BagCRAZYTV 3 жыл бұрын
I love that 92 team but idk they was more skilled Jordan had master his game
nrs
nrs 3 ай бұрын
One of the most memorable aspects of the first three-peat was Chicago Stadium. What a venue for fans. Easily the loudest stadium, the balconies were right on top of the floor and a very old school ambience (for better and worse of course)
Steve Sibaja
Steve Sibaja 3 жыл бұрын
PJ Armstrong hugging Phil Jackson after win the NBA Championship he was crying emotionally
Half Shot 🏀
Half Shot 🏀 9 ай бұрын
Grant was even crying in that Gm5 loss. Goes to show how serious the game was back then compared now. Leflop is wearing sunglasses like he going to the Bahamas while being eliminated from the play in.
Tristan Davis
Tristan Davis 2 ай бұрын
Came here to reminisce about my favorite team of all time...6 7 8 yrs old in Chicago growing up in the 90s was legit 🔥
bryce j fulton
bryce j fulton 8 жыл бұрын
19:07-19:08 Pip showed Starks what a real dunk on was
You Tuber
You Tuber 2 жыл бұрын
i love superstar patrick ewing and at 21:45 look how disappointed he is he even said that during the post game talk backstage
Antonio White 1538
Antonio White 1538 3 жыл бұрын
One of the greatest teams in basketball history of the 1990s!!! The Chicago bulls 3peat!!!
Mark Darnell
Mark Darnell 3 күн бұрын
47:05, this is what puts Jordan ahead of the rest for me. When most of the team felt the game slipping away, he found the strength, will, and courage to tell his team to calm down and see that there’s still time on the clock to when. No bad body language, complaining or deficiencies, just encouragement and timely words. That’s greatness.
You Tuber
You Tuber 3 жыл бұрын
in the 1993 playoffs the overall best teams were #1 the bulls #2 knicks #3 suns and #4 sonics
Jeff Froment
Jeff Froment Жыл бұрын
Man Danny Ainge played on some really good teams. He played for the Celtic's for a few years, then he played on Portland and then on the Suns. At least he played on good teams.
Tony Sanders
Tony Sanders 10 ай бұрын
Yes He Did!! Also Danny Should Get More Love From NBA'S Fan!! He Had A Lot Of Heart On The Court
Grim Weeper
Grim Weeper 6 ай бұрын
48:34 Dan Majerle reaction, he knew Paxson 3-pt shot was going in before he even shot it.
Greg Mcclung
Greg Mcclung 2 ай бұрын
I keep reliving all these old and classic teams and season's because I love them miss them and way better than sports today. I miss the loyalty guys had. Truly great team's, when you think of the bulls you think of Mike, pistons Zeke, lakers Magic, celtics Bird, houston Hakeem, atlanta Wilkins new york Ewing. They would get drafted and be loyal to that team. Owners also were more loyal. Sports are just a business now and major reason I wont and can't watch any of them anymore.
Craig Lawrence
Craig Lawrence Ай бұрын
The amazing thing about Chicago's 6 chips was in my opinion and others is that Seattle and Phoenix and Utah were better teams overall then Chicago Bulls.They could have went 3-3 in those 6 finals, instead of 6-0. but the big difference maker was Michael Jordan !
beGREATbeU
beGREATbeU 4 ай бұрын
Kevin Johnson was a real superstar in his era - if you haven't seen his game - make sure you watch some of his highlights. This just elevated how great the bulls were by beating the Suns for the Chip!
Wildstar
Wildstar 9 ай бұрын
People forgot how good Stark was. He gets no mention much in the media. He would smoke most guards today.
Christler Real
Christler Real 4 ай бұрын
Crazy to think but I think the 1993 MJ is the closest thing to a perfect basketball player
501
501 3 жыл бұрын
Quite possibly, thee Best NBA championship video ever made. Watching in 2019. Watching every few weeks. Yes. It's THAT good. #IMissThisEra
Retro gaming a
Retro gaming a 2 жыл бұрын
And in 2020, coronavirus times....
You Tuber
You Tuber 2 жыл бұрын
no because it's not featuring the goats tied being the legendary duo of wilt chamberlain and bill russell
adaonetube
adaonetube 2 жыл бұрын
@ 10:57 I want to make a correction there. The Bulls were NOT "trailing by 1" when he hit the "shot part 2" against the Cavs. The game was tied. The Bulls were also up 3-0 in the series. It was a typical Jordan being Jordan and showing everyone he was the GOAT with his clutch shooting. However, the stakes were not as big as they were with the first shot in 1989 where they would have been eliminated if he missed the shot.
Sanghaya TLC
Sanghaya TLC 4 жыл бұрын
Damn, Dan Majerle is Cold Blooded. But Scottie Pippen is Bad Ass Assassin
Mybleus Mybleus
Mybleus Mybleus 10 ай бұрын
Dan majorly choked in last shot all by himself...airball
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