Bulls vs. Sonics - 1996 NBA Finals Game 6 (Bulls win 4th championship)

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GhostBlade 8 yıl önce
This was when the NBA was pure magic.
Merida10 Aylar önce
This was NBA when there was D not 3pt rain run and gun
Fredy Gonzalez
Fredy Gonzalez 2 aylar önce
The NBA on NBC the Best era, the 90's good times
Tpain2408 2 aylar önce
Facts ! It will never be the same !
civicburner420 5 aylar önce
bragee 5 aylar önce
Olle Forsberg
Olle Forsberg 6 yıl önce
Watch Rodman, look at that pure love for the game. He did deserve every single one of those rings!
almarjyou 3 aylar önce
@john kendall right? They'll let him shoot and he'll score. I like the one when he made a 3 and it hasnt sunk in yet, but he already celebrated and raised his hands.
john kendall
john kendall 3 aylar önce
@almarjyou Rodman could score. Look at his college stats. It just wasn't his role. The other team still had to guard him because if they slept he would burn them.
Fabian Morales
Fabian Morales Yıl önce
Don't know how people can compare lbj to MJ when lbj ain't even better than Rodman.... yeah I said it ... and what....
Marc Avery
Marc Avery Yıl önce
Dude. Do some more research. AIDS is caused by poor health, primarily brought on through starvation, of which Magic Johnson was neither. He contracted HIV, which has been proven to NOT cause AIDS. He has fully recovered, and is STILL with us today. Wake tf up.
Chris Butler
Chris Butler Yıl önce
@Belfast Belchan it’s non sense Rodman was primarily the reason they won their last 3 rings?
vccstudents 7 yıl önce
Michael Jordan won MORE than a championship that night. The Bulls completed the greatest season in NBA history in his first full season back, but more importantly, the image of him crying in the locker room at 8:48 has stayed with me. He wanted the ball, screaming, "It's for my father!" Michael Jordan won the respect and adulation of the entire world on that particular Father's Day!
Ziggy21 4 aylar önce
@Henry Diegor what
Henry Diegor
Henry Diegor 4 aylar önce
@Ziggy21 oooml
KCR 4 aylar önce
@M its football, dickhead.
Jeffrey Stevens
Jeffrey Stevens 4 aylar önce
@L L If you consider the heat a superteam then so were the bulls... mj pippen Rodman Kerr was a sharpshooter. Rodman was probably the best rebounder ever if he played longer... pippen was massively underrated.... on offense and defense and he had the best coach of all time... lebron has won with 2-3 rookie head coaches
Jeffrey Stevens
Jeffrey Stevens 4 aylar önce
@L L it doesn't matter jordan would not even take half the teams lebron has to the finals
Ed Kenneth
Ed Kenneth 8 yıl önce
Man! Just love the energy Rodman brought to the team. Sad that these types of players are gone now in current day NBA
c j
c j Yıl önce
@Horizon with respect. None of the current day rebounders even come close to the impact that Rodman brought. Rodman wasn't just physical, he anticipated the bounce of the ball, outhustled, and even mentally dominated weaker players. Dude even shutdown Shaq, giving up 6" and 60+lbs
Guy Kirkland
Guy Kirkland Yıl önce
@Horizon When Draymond starts ripping down an average of 15 rebounds every game, i'll start listening.
Lakay Loyola
Lakay Loyola Yıl önce
They are not gone my freind.. when we watch nba they stil in our mind and our hearths becoz they are legendary
Ke Li
Ke Li 2 yıl önce
He got 11 offence rebounds! what a beast!
Aws Al Kindi
Aws Al Kindi 3 yıl önce
Draymond Green
Dustin F
Dustin F 4 yıl önce
Goosebumps to the core.. The Chicago Bulls were my reason for living as a kid.
Nick Bowman
Nick Bowman 3 yıl önce
There will never be another Michael Jordan!!!! And there will never be a team more electrifying team to watch fly up and down the court than the 90’s bulls!!! Best era of basketball there will ever be !
trippinballzfr 3 yıl önce
@David Targos warriors bandwagon smh
Gerald Reyes
Gerald Reyes 3 yıl önce
David Targos lost to raptors. lol
David Targos
David Targos 3 yıl önce
Nick Bowman warriors are the greatest team off all time
David Targos
David Targos 3 yıl önce
Nick Bowman the warriors duh
mangadrummer85 8 yıl önce
Chicago Bulls:6 finals,6 victories...enough said.Respect!
SHANESE 13 gün önce
@norlens noel but trolls dont state facts
F30 416
F30 416 24 gün önce
@Gik Gik Even with a 6-25 shooting night he averaged 27pts 5.3assists and 4.2 rebounds idiot
norlens noel
norlens noel 2 aylar önce
@Gik Gik things a troll would say
A W 5 aylar önce
During those 6 championship runs they only faced two elimination games
Gik Gik
Gik Gik 5 aylar önce
With the 6-25 shooting night from Mj. Great team. Overrated player
FlaatBeat 4 yıl önce
MJ leaves the Bulls, Rockets win 2 championships. MJ comes back, Bulls do a three-peat .... GOAT
Mark Enriquez
Mark Enriquez 12 gün önce
Don’t forget it was this Sonics team that beat the Rockets in the playoffs stopping Rockets from a possible 3 peat and a meeting with the Bulls in the finals.
mc millan camama
mc millan camama 6 aylar önce
@ERNESTO VALENCIA 602 he came from retirement middle of season so a he's rusty
leroy johnson
leroy johnson 10 aylar önce
The Bulls were the best team!! With the best player!!
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 10 aylar önce
@M you're all over basketball in TRvid with your soccer comment.
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 10 aylar önce
@Chris Butler it was a great team, one player can't win it all.
Jefrie Fulton II
Jefrie Fulton II 3 yıl önce
As much as I like LeBron, this man is the GOAT, and it’s not even close.
Mister J
Mister J 22 gün önce
1.5 year retirement... Then within THREE years - 3 championships - 2 MVPs - 2 All Star MVPs - 3 Finals MVPs - 3 scoring titles - 3x times 1st All NBA Team - 3x times 1st All NBA Defensive Tean - Best team ever with the best record (72-10) to also win a championship in the same season. - 203 wins against 43 losses - played in 246 from 246 Regular Season games = Missed 0 games
L L 5 aylar önce
He played horrible in that series maybe even worse then 2011 lebron
Gik Gik
Gik Gik 5 aylar önce
Mj went 6-25 this game. He had a great team. If bron did this in his 4th finals he’d never be able to live it down
Speed 6 aylar önce
@Joshua Alestre Wilt is not overrated LOL only Bill
You Tuber
You Tuber 9 aylar önce
@Joshua Alestre it's nice to meet you thanks for your honesty and the rules made the game harder in the 1950's and 1960's when led by wilt chamberlain and bill russell
The Gaming Chef
The Gaming Chef 6 yıl önce
Memories of sitting on the floor as a kid in our hot house with my Pop & Brothers watching these games...Great memories!
Koen Benjamin
Koen Benjamin 4 aylar önce
wornoutshoes11 3 yıl önce
MJ always goes for the rebounds... And played defense while being the highest scorer for his team... You cant say the same thing with the superstars now. 🤐
Mike P
Mike P 11 yıl önce
That NBA on NBC theme gives me chills, takes me back to the 90s NBA.
Franco KDA
Franco KDA 6 aylar önce
NBA pregame show with Ahmad Rashad doing highlights and haddaway what is love beat in the background. I KNOW someone remembers that ☺️
BigAl87 Yıl önce
Same, that theme will always remind me of 90’s basketball
murray webb
murray webb 3 yıl önce
I forgot that was on Father’s Day, how magical that one was. Even as a Lakers fan I always rooted for MJ’s Bulls.
Jay B
Jay B 2 yıl önce
These guys were all my heroes when I was growing up. The guys from the nineties could hang and beat any current team no doubt! People forget how great these dudes were.
GodOfDestruction 22 gün önce
I'm glad I got to experience greatness. I'm grateful I was born in 90
James Billy Billanes
Goosebumps..The best team ever,,,,,
kratos01510 10 yıl önce
DAMN do i miss the 90's. Basketball at its finest. Look at Rodman's emotion in this game. He loved playing basketball! You dont see that in today's NBA
Dennis Galabo
Dennis Galabo 9 yıl önce
With the Bulls, especially during the 2nd 3peat, there was a feeling of inevitability. No matter what the score was by the end of the 3rd quarter you know by the 9min mark of the 4th (the time MJ comes back to the game) they will comback. When the game is 5pts or less with 5mins to go, you know the Bulls got the game in the bag already. When they were down 3 with 40secs to go in game 6 in Utah, you just know Jordan will come up big and take care of business like he always has. With the other dude that's the best player today, its up in the air.
Thomas Bardenfleth Bruun
And it not "only" what MJ did and how he commanded his team, it was HOW he did it. More times than not, it was works of art, absolute aweinspiring and nature defying shit and what ENTERTAINMENT is ALL about. You didn't want to miss a second, cuz you never knew, when he was gonna do some shit worthy of a cape. The same goes for the great Emmit vs. Barry discussions on best RB. Barry had that outofthisworld X-factor as well, why I will go to the grave with Barry Sanders being the greatest RB to ever suit up.
dmdcarrera 2 yıl önce
I totally agree. It's hard to explain but there came that moment in the 4th quarter, no matter what had transpired beforehand. You had Jordan. You just knew it was their destiny.
Gerald Reyes
Gerald Reyes 3 yıl önce
lebron is just bigger. thats all
Gerald Reyes
Gerald Reyes 3 yıl önce
Clark Bucher mj is still more physically gifted than lebron. big hands, long wing span, can jump very high either with one foot or with two feet, really good core muscles, cat like quickness, deceptive strength and top it all with the crazy drive to win.
Clark Bucher
Clark Bucher 5 yıl önce
Dennis Galabo - So true! What's crazy is EVERYONE knew Jordan carried that dagger for his opponents hearts, yet no one could stop it. Michael was the only one who could really stop Michael. That is what makes him the GOAT. LeBron might be more physically gifted because of his size and freakish athleticism, but teams don't fear the dagger from LeBron. If I had my choice of who I'd rather face, Jordan or James, I'd pick James every time. I want no part of Jordan, especially in the playoffs..
jpogi gtxcr1
jpogi gtxcr1 6 yıl önce
And this is why the Bulls are better, in terms of being a well loved team... They have different colorful characters that is so fun to cheer for when they do their best of what they do. From Rodman's antics but with intelligent and hustle plays, Kerr's three point specialty, Kukoc all around game, Harper's offensive threat, Pippen's domination on both ends of the court, and MJ of course. Not to mention the rest of the Bulls' energetic bench. They have the charisma of a fantasy team.
chucky boy
chucky boy 3 yıl önce
Its because mj wasnt there. Rodmans good but like I keep saying theyve never won without jordan. They definitely won without rodman. Lol
zrox molejon
zrox molejon 3 yıl önce
@chucky boy nah boi, then why they didn't win a single ring when he left?
chucky boy
chucky boy 3 yıl önce
Yes but I keep sayin, without jordan chicago hasnt before or after jordan ever won a title.i could have won a ring on his teams.
T S 9 yıl önce
part of the reason michael jordan will always be considered the greatest of all time was his personality. he dominated the game physically and emotionally with the tremendous charismatic presence he carried with him into the court and out among the fans and the press
J T K  1975
J T K 1975 3 yıl önce
@Bubby Baube Jordan had shit players till 1991. Even Pippens first 3 years werent great. His first year as a rookie he averaged 7 points a game. The east had the Celtics and Pistons which were great teams and both stacked. Lebron played in a weakass east. He couldnt win a ring what did he do??? He jumped ship to create a superteam in Miami joining Wade and Bosh. After 2 rings he jumped ship again to play with Kyrie and Love and won his 3rd and final ring. No matter how you slice it Jordan stuck it out for 7 years and battled and once he got one all star player to score 20 points a game (Scottie Pippen) Jordan won a ring everytime. Jordan will always be the goat 6-0 with 10 Scoring titles and highest point average per game at 30.12. Lebron will go out 3-6 enough said!
Bubby Baube
Bubby Baube 4 yıl önce
Justin Guinn "The Bulls made the playoffs, but not the Caveliers." Chicago record in 1984 : 38-42. Chicago record in 1985 : 30-52! 30 WINS and your team still makes the playoffs. Many teams in the NBA back then make the playoffs with a losing record. The 1985 Bulls were the worst team to ever make the playoffs since the 1950s! Caveliers first two years record were better than 30 WINS.
Lance Aroundeth
Lance Aroundeth 4 yıl önce
Jordan got class not like LeBron James. I like how Jordan give a speech and interview. that's why a lot of fans around the world and in America like and respect him cause he got good personaliy and got class
Keys MateriaL
Keys MateriaL 5 yıl önce
Tyler Schmidt absolutely dynamic. He said that when he was in the court he could feel every eye in the arena on him....so the interviewer asked what does that feel like...he said it used to make his skin burn...☺ #thegreatest
Jerome Green
Jerome Green 5 yıl önce
Tyler Schmidt 100% with you on that my guy
Ken Hernandez
Ken Hernandez 3 yıl önce
Greatest team of all time from the great old days.
Retrogamefan86 2 yıl önce
Dennis Rodman co-mvp of these finals : no doubt about this !!!! His impact on the game was tremendous and fundamental for the Bulls !!! Best defensive passion and energy player of all time !!!
BB 11 yıl önce
9:45 His words are heartbreaking and inspiring at the same time. Truly the greatest sports player of all time
Mark Mante
Mark Mante 2 yıl önce
Watching in 2020 with my son, gives back good memories. This was one of the best if not the best era of NBA basketball.
Jason Malone
Jason Malone 5 yıl önce
Boy Rodman used to crack me up with his celebrations after he scored!
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 10 aylar önce
reeser Yıl önce
True passion.
Jason Lassiter
Jason Lassiter 5 yıl önce
I agree the '95-'96 Bulls are the greatest NBA team ever... They won the title and the Warriors didn't. That's all that needs to be said.
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 10 aylar önce
@jealva the 90s bulls could have.
nchondakid Yıl önce
Competition was far better in 2016 than 1996, plus Draymond Green, the Warriors' defense's heart and soul, was suspended in a potential series clinching game 5. Not to mention, their starting center Andrew Bogut got hurt in game 5. Also, Steph definitely wasn't 100% in that series because of that ACL sprain in the first round of the playoffs.
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@jealva they were always in the playoffs, meaning they have won from other teams. Don't be silly.
jealva 2 yıl önce
The Bulls couldn’t have beaten any of the 1980s teams.
Practice Collections
@jocriss LBJ GOAT Losser. Losser to underrated teams of the season. Hahaha..
Atlas 6 yıl önce
5:41, no one will ever love the game the way Rodman did.
Metal Macabre
Metal Macabre 10 aylar önce
Hell yeah the worm. Hes always had my respect.
HästenS avoir
HästenS avoir Yıl önce
@Michael Kawell their bodies held up well unlike these muscular new players who get injuries every now and then
Michael Kawell
Michael Kawell Yıl önce
This was the era when superstars played all 82 games also.rodman was a beast by the way.
GroundBeefTaco 3 yıl önce
Holy crap, great example. Look at him absolutely sprint back into the right lane for the pass from Pippen... Absolute thing of beauty
Griff Garrison
Griff Garrison 3 yıl önce
Dennis Rodmans mood this game is how I want to live my life.❤
S Beharry
S Beharry 4 yıl önce
Dynamic!!! Loved the NBA back then. Love what the bulls brought to the NBA. The most exciting team to watch So much excitement and Michael made it spectacular!!
OneGloriousBastard 13 yıl önce
One thing I love about your uploads is it never focuses on one player. Most Bulls videos are Jordan highlight reels while ignoring the other players. I'm one of those hoops fans that enjoy seeing everyone get their due. Pippen's defense and all-around game, Rodman's rebounding, hustle and intensity.are all on display. Ron Harper, Kukoc and Kerr get in on the mix. And the video quality is some of the best I've seen. Keep it up!!
Devin Booker
Devin Booker 2 yıl önce
So emotional great talent great human beings respect too the Sonic's as well great team great competitors forever 23 fan of Jordan
gee dee
gee dee 3 yıl önce
This game seemed like a mere formality leading to the inevitable. It was a party from beginning to end. Rodman killed it. That reverse plus one wow
Matthew Epshtein
Matthew Epshtein 5 aylar önce
Sonics gave the best team of all time 2 losses. Formality my ass.
LastFanStanding12 2 yıl önce
What a beautiful play at 6:47 to get Kukoc an open look. Phil Jackson was one of the greatest to ever coach this game.
Grey Fox
Grey Fox 2 yıl önce
That team was so successful because everyone played their roles and was damn good at it!!!
Fidel Solis
Fidel Solis 3 yıl önce
This is how great champions and great teams play. I'm so grateful use to see this when I was kid here in Chicago. Very proud of the bulls. It's like poetry in motion.
Lunak Mbitou
Lunak Mbitou 2 yıl önce
*If it wasn't for these clips, I'd forget how good S. Pippen was.* The whole bulls team was magic. I mean, they defined basketball in a scientific way.
John Radj
John Radj 9 yıl önce
"I'm back to bring a championship back to Chicago" goosebumps
Youssef Ben Miled
Youssef Ben Miled 2 yıl önce
6:01 Rodman is the greatest Defender in basketball history!!! Crazy guy outside but on the pitch opponent will start getting nightmares. 🐐
Luisa Geronimo
Luisa Geronimo 6 yıl önce
i always remember this game because it was the same night of my 8th grade prom.. and it was just a perfect way to end my night
Patriot23 Yıl önce
I miss the 90's Chicago Bulls! I miss the 90's period, with everything being the way it is in the world today the 1990s seemed like a much simpler time. Regardless of color or race Americans had each others backs instead of being at each other's throats.
Yamaira Rodriguez
Yamaira Rodriguez 4 yıl önce
Que clase de equipo. Waoo lls mejores de los mejores. Ninguno podia con ellos. Que recuerdos. Jordan con 6 anillos.😍
OTPships 2 yıl önce
Back then when NBA was great and when i was such a huge fan but since bulls rebuild I lost interest. Watching this video makes me reminisce the great nba time ❤️
Rob Marley
Rob Marley 8 yıl önce
I like how rodman gets hype as hell after every time he gets fouled
entertainment vidz
entertainment vidz 3 yıl önce
I watch these old bulls championships runs every couple months. The memories of those run was the best
Joephy Agsaulio
Joephy Agsaulio 4 yıl önce
This 90's decades CHICAGO BULLS were reigning. #HisAirness #G.O.A.T 🏆🏆🏆🏆 👊🏽👊🏽👊🏽🤘🏼🤘🏼🤘🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
JDStinner Yıl önce
Greatest sports intro in history. Just watching the intro brings me so many chills and brings back the amazing feelings I felt before those Bulls games in the playoffs and finals, it's like I could relive the whole experience just by watching the intro.
Black Ace
Black Ace 4 yıl önce
Back in the 90s, the only two forces to be reckoned with is Air Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Honestly, I still captured those wonderful Chicago Bulls championship moments in my mind. I mean to witnessed those awesome moments on television is something that I can not put into words.
Golden nugget of wisdom
This is why Jordan is the greatest. It's the drama, the theatre, and the emotions of his moments that puts him heads and shoulders above everyone else. Jordan made you care about him and you longed to see what was next for him and what he was ultimately capable of. He's the most "prime time" of all the players. #belikemike
Sealof TheLiving
Sealof TheLiving 4 yıl önce
It was fresh in my mind still in my memory watching this finals. So great to watch
Con Barry
Con Barry 6 yıl önce
This team would BURY the Warriors if they played today, Scottie pippen was soo nice
Randy Holliday
Randy Holliday 5 aylar önce
This series went 6 imagine replacing Payton with Steph , Kemp with KD , and Detlef with Klay then add Draymnnd IGGY and Shaun Livingston Warriors smoking that ass
Randy Holliday
Randy Holliday 5 aylar önce
I challenge anybody to watch 90's clips the defense was trash. Slow bulky centers. Simple moves got You past your defender who was even handling the rock back then nobody
xtlm Yıl önce
@Jose Daquiz I know it's college, but the fastest team ever was in the early 90's and averaged 122 points a game. If college kids could run it back then, pros could too. I also realize I'm responding to a 2 year old comment lol
Stretch Gang Nation
@jhon paura heso pull ups from 30 duhhhh🤣
jhon paura
jhon paura Yıl önce
Rodman pippen jordan and harper and im only talking defense.how they gna score
U Suck
U Suck 2 yıl önce
In retrospective, this series was a great team effort by one of the best teams ever assembled. The Sonics were a REALLY good team that year and the Bulls almost swept them and they didn’t really need Jordan to go all superhuman to win it all. Rodman also played very inspired to win his 3rd ring...
fexcab 2 yıl önce
This Bulls team was a defensive juggernaut. Also, Rodman full joy mode is why I fell in love with the NBA.
SrustinLim 12 yıl önce
Man, watching the plays unfold with the spacing on the floor because of the triangle offense is such an incredible joy to watch.
Chris Longley Tx
Chris Longley Tx 4 yıl önce
This is the greatest team ever no team could do anything with these men!!! Great memories I was 16 watching this in Texas!!! #LongleyFamily
h n
h n 3 yıl önce
I dont know how many times I watched this game. what a Dynasty.
aimannorzahariwod 10 yıl önce
Wow. Watching this again made me realize how godly the 96 bulls were. Everyone was in the zone almost.
David3188col 5 yıl önce
Man when I hear that intro... brings goosebumps. Childhood memories I'll never forget. I can remember where I saw this game. I was 8 years old.
Debu Pegasus
Debu Pegasus 3 yıl önce
Jordan : (King of) Scorer, Pippen : Assister/Scorer, Rodman : (King of) Rebounder, Kerr/Kukoc : 3 Pointers. BULLS of 90's : The Greatest Powerful Team
Aleks the Great
Aleks the Great 2 yıl önce
Debu Pegasus Kukoc was not only 3-pointer,he was all-around player,just couldn’t guard as effectively as Scottie,plus Ron Harper was hell of a player,solid scorer and excellent defender.
vccstudents 10 yıl önce
Michael Jordan won my unconditional respect on this day, but my respect for him was beyond the game of basketball. He had dedicated this game and season to his father who died three years earlier, and this game was won on Father's Day. His emotions were completely understandable!
후니농구 Aylar önce
This is the era where amazing happens. Bulls has everything; the best scorer & goat, best sidekick, best rebounder, best sixman, best 3 shooter, best defense trio, and best coach. Not only in that year but in the history of basketball, ALL OF THEM.
My Daily Quotes
My Daily Quotes 2 yıl önce
The best NBA Finals season ever!! Love you all.. Respect! Stay safe..
lisalmonte 3 yıl önce
Los mejores tiempos de la nda vi ese partido en vivo que emocion
Gregory Zahn
Gregory Zahn 11 yıl önce
What a moment. It was my 25th birthday. Watched it live on tv and was almost in tears myself. Greatest team of all time, with the greatest player of all time. At, 9:48, Michael is on the verge of breaking down again; Ahmad pats him on the back, to get him through it. An unbelievable moment that no Chicago sports fan or Illinois native will ever forget.
MartianBoy87 6 yıl önce
That pass by Jordan @3:47 though. 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
fikouvitch 4 yıl önce
I do not believe my eyes ... it was more than 25 years ago that I watched the NBA finals live on TV from Algeria ..... the golden age
Ricks Jordan
Ricks Jordan 4 yıl önce
@Wilmar Macalalag hahaha
Wilmar Macalalag
Wilmar Macalalag 4 yıl önce
Tga alegria ka??
True. 2 yıl önce
The 95-96 Sonics need to be respected too because they were one of the teams who could actually almost beat Chicago I mean they have scorers and defenders like Kemp and Payton and Payton actually reduced Jordan's numbers in the finals series with his great defense and I remember that the last representation of them was the 11-12 Thunder who also stood a chance against Miami even though its 1-4
TigerNightmare 6 aylar önce
I'll never forget how Jordan fell to the floor with the ball and held onto it. The greatest of all time.
TruthHasSpoken 9 gün önce
This video highlights just how balanced the '96 Bulls were... 3's from Kukoc, Harper, Pippen Jordan, Kerr ... Rodman with 18 rebounds ... 11 on the offensive side ... the heart of course was MJ ... he'd be even more of a monster today with no hand checking ... and if double teamed, someone would be open who could shoot the ball (reminder, Kerr remains the NBA's career 3 point % leader).
bulldogsfan 10 yıl önce
8:50 I will never forget that moment, I can tell how much that winning that championship ment to MJ he wanted to win that champioship for his father.
Ignacio Arburua
Ignacio Arburua Yıl önce
Great series, Golden era of NBA Tons of talent AND heart
Peace Knee Found
Peace Knee Found 2 yıl önce
The characters, the passion, the way Dennis fires up the entire arena, Scottie was everywhere cutting passes and draining threes, and Michael with dagger shots and diming to teammates for open jumpers. It just doesn't get any better.
Carlos 5 aylar önce
I remember the NBC intro to their NBA games, always felt the emotion and butterflies! Great times!
CJPCHI82 10 yıl önce
Still unbelievable that Dennis Rodman was only 6'6" and he out rebounded everybody ! Anyone who doubted his H.O.F. induction needs the check his all time stats and remember how tall he was.
simplygu 4 yıl önce
Michael Jordan was just 5 for 19 shooting in this game, and the Bulls still won by 12 points. Jordan was 11-12 from the free throw line and had 22 points. Pippen 17, Longley 12, Harper 10, and Kukoc 10, were also in double figures. The big difference in this game was the Bulls rebounding. Chicago outrebounded Seattle 51 to 35, and 24 to 12 on the offensive boards. All of those extra possessions were a big key to victory. Dennis Rodman had a huge game with 9 points, 5 assists, 3 steals, 0 turnovers, and 19 rebounds... 11 offensive rebounds. The most points Seattle could score in one quarter against the Bulls suffocating defense was 20. Final: Bulls 87 Sonics 75. Championship #4 of 6
Aaron Arana
Aaron Arana 10 yıl önce
Rodman, Rodman, Rodman without him the Bulls aint the same. That reverse layup was tight and he hype the crowd!!! Man there's nothing like tha Bulls.These new teams don't have the same Motivation on the court like this. They need to start watching these Bulls Games to get it!!
Jaytee Cervantes
Jaytee Cervantes 4 yıl önce
mj + pippen + rodman + kukoc + longley + harper + kerr = 72/10. As mj once said, "hard to beat"
Randy H.
Randy H. 2 yıl önce
If only that 73/9 came with an NBA Championship. 🤷🏿‍♂️
Video Games Are Fun
Video Games Are Fun 2 yıl önce
73 and 9 warriors!!
Teodolfo garcia
Teodolfo garcia 2 yıl önce
But gsw beat that with 73/9
David Zafiratos
David Zafiratos 9 yıl önce
As much as the focus was on MJ, I always think of this as the "Rodman game" for what he did in the second half.
Thomas Bardenfleth Bruun
It could definitely be argued, that Rodman was the MVP of that series by the narrowest of margins. His rebounds. Getting inside the head of key Sonics players. Etc.
Raul Garza
Raul Garza 4 aylar önce
Big Time Memories 🏀🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆
willitwo81 8 yıl önce
This is what championship basketball is supposed to look like.
OneGloriousBastard 12 yıl önce
5:56 best moment in NBA Finals history. Rodman with so much swag right in front of the Sonics bench LOL. At that moment they had to know they were beaten. Pippen got his swag on hitting two late threes in the 4th right in front of the Sonic bench as well.
RENE RAMIREZ 6 aylar önce
Leön Sangäla
Leön Sangäla 7 yıl önce
min 5:40 Rodman's rebound deffese fast break score with foul and one !.. PRICELESS
danny selak
danny selak Yıl önce
Best team ever in history just completely stacked 👌 👏 🙌
Julian Smith
Julian Smith 3 yıl önce
Being on father's day I cried when the Bulls won their championship at home in Chicago
GreaperOG1 3 yıl önce
Damn how i miss those years now i know im old. Had so much love for basketball back then.
Andy Wrekker
Andy Wrekker 3 yıl önce
Me too. the 80's /90/s 00's were the golden age for the NBA.
Gerald Jacob
Gerald Jacob 4 yıl önce
As a Native Chicagoan, I miss and loved those days. I know other people became sick and tired of the Bulls but as a Chicago Sports fan, we deserved everyone of those days of glory. Chicago was done with the title of losers.
Eddy Troncoso
Eddy Troncoso 7 yıl önce
El más grande de todos los tiempos... The Best player of whole NBA´s history!
chitown2251972 12 yıl önce
The celebration at 6:00 is priceless! That pretty much placed the last nail in the coffin for the Sonics.
Revelian1982 9 yıl önce
As a player, I never really liked Gary Neville, but now I think he's one of the best pundits around.
goodbadbill 10 aylar önce
That pass @ 6:22 was incredible
juan as
juan as 4 yıl önce
what a great team was the Sonics... but, that year the bulls was almost unstoppables
Ray Dominguez
Ray Dominguez 3 yıl önce
Jordan, Pippen, Rodman, Payton 4 greatests defensive players ever on their respective positions.
z06guy 04
z06guy 04 3 yıl önce
@Gerald Reyes all from the same era. Btw check out Michael Jordan History on TRvid
Gerald Reyes
Gerald Reyes 3 yıl önce
Ray Dominguez u need to add hakeem olajuwon PG: Payton SG: MJ SF: Pippen PF: Rodman C: Hakeem
Brandon Marks
Brandon Marks 10 yıl önce
man i miss nba on nbc! that jingle brings me back to when basketball was more than just sport to watch, you lived with your team, you knew almost every starting five for every team, and everytime you gave a hard foul it didnt result in a technical.. man i miss those days!
sutats 4 yıl önce
The Bulls were scary good during this season. So focused!
J. D.
J. D. 5 yıl önce
Gotta Love Jordan and the Bulls of the Jordan era. I almost forgot how exciting the NBA was back then.
Drew Norek
Drew Norek 2 yıl önce
I remember this final like it was yesterday back in congo 🇨🇩 we waited for this and we went to sleep like around 4am in the morning MJ the GOAT
Meg butterfly
Meg butterfly 12 yıl önce
The shot Steve Kerr made at min 3.55 is hilarious. It went right through the basket, I mean it hit nothing but net. If there were not net it woulda just sailed through without even toughing the rim at all. What a beautiful arch and rotation he put on the ball to get that kinda result.
delmar manawataw
delmar manawataw 9 yıl önce
MJ is unbreakable...
Chairman Meow
Chairman Meow 2 yıl önce
Was a magical feeling. The feeling that your team would win NO MATTER WHAT. Because your team had MJ.
Milly Poo
Milly Poo Yıl önce
The Bulls out rebounded the Sonics in this game 51 to 35, and the Bulls had a whopping 24 offensive rebounds led by Rodman's 19 rebounds... 11 offensive.
Juan Ramiro
Juan Ramiro 4 yıl önce
Michael played with a winning mentality he mastered the game perfected in a way no player in history till this day has done. G.O.A.T.
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