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Fulks Dallmar Simmons 2. The Lakers managed to defend their title in the Finals , winning the series in 7 games against the Pistons. They then became the first team to win back-to-back NBA titles since In , the Pistons then went back-to-back after defeating the Clyde Drexler led Portland Trail Blazers in five games, attaining the nickname "Bad Boys" due to its rough, physical play.
The majority of the s was marked by the supremacy of the Chicago Bulls. The Bulls, led by head coach Phil Jackson and star players Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen , won six titles in six Finals appearances from to The only other team to win a title during this time was the Houston Rockets who won titles in and , during Jordan's first retirement from professional basketball.
The first championship came at the expense of the Los Angeles Lakers , which also saw the last appearance in the Finals for Magic Johnson.
Billed [ by whom? For the rest of the series, Pippen guarded Johnson, allowing Jordan to primarily focus on scoring, and Chicago won the next four games.
Throughout the — season, Jordan and Drexler led their teams to the best records in their respective conferences, leading to several comparisons between the two players in anticipation of a postseason match-up.
Chicago defeated the Trail Blazers in Game 1 by 33 points, a game notable for Jordan breaking the record for the most three-pointers in a first half, with six.
Game 2 went into overtime, with the Trail Blazers outscoring the Bulls 18— 7 in the final period to win the game, even with Drexler fouling out in the 4th quarter.
Games 3 and 4 were split between Chicago and Portland, respectively, but the Bulls won the final two games, clinching their second championship.
The Bulls won the first two games in Phoenix, —92 and — The Suns, rallying behind Barkley, won Game 3, — in Chicago in triple overtime.
The Suns won Game 5, —98, sending the series back to Phoenix. Chicago clinched the series in Game 6, 99—98, on John Paxson 's three-pointer, as the Bulls became the third team in history to three-peat.
After this win, Jordan retired from basketball to pursue a career in baseball. After trading for Clyde Drexler midseason, the Rockets later swept an Orlando Magic team consisting of Shaquille O'Neal and Penny Hardaway in the Finals; Olajuwon was again named Finals MVP, and the Rockets became the fifth franchise to win back-to-back titles and became the first 6th-seeded team to win the title without enjoying home court advantage on any of their playoff series.
The Houston Rockets also beat teams with at least 50 regular season wins in every round of the playoffs, with "Road Court" advantage.
No other team in NBA History has done that. The Houston Rockets were down 3 games to 1 to the Phoenix Suns in the Semi-Finals and won 2 out of 3 games on the road, including game 7 to advance to the Conference Finals.
After his short stint with baseball, Jordan returned to basketball late in the —95 season. Although he did not lead the Bulls to the Finals for that season, he returned to pre-retirement form the next season while the team acquired perennial rebounding champion Dennis Rodman.
The —96 Bulls finished the regular season 72—10, attaining, at the time, the best regular season record in NBA history. After the Bulls took a 3—0 series lead, Seattle won the next two games after point guard Gary Payton asked his coach George Karl to be switched onto Jordan, leading to a sixth game.
Jordan altered his game to deal with Payton, and the Bulls won Game 6 to win their fourth title. In and , the Bulls met the Utah Jazz in the Finals twice.
In both series, Chicago won by hitting winning shots in the sixth game, the first by Steve Kerr in in Chicago, and the second by Jordan in Utah in This saw Chicago winning their sixth NBA championship, and winning their second three-peat.
Before the lockout shortened —99 season, Jackson decided to retire, which set off a chain reaction that resulted in most of the team, including Jordan and Pippen, leaving the Bulls.
With no foundation of youth to build upon, the Bulls became a lottery-bound team for the next six seasons. The Spurs were responsible for winning four championships during this time, in , , , and In Game 6, Duncan was two blocks short of recording the first quadruple-double in NBA Finals history, finishing with 21 points, 20 rebounds, 10 assists, and 8 blocks.
Duncan won the Finals MVP in , and O'Neal won the finals MVP all three times. Their first championship came at the expense of the Indiana Pacers , whom the Lakers defeated in 6 games.
During their postseason run, the Lakers swept their first 3 series and won the Finals in 5 games, finishing with an unprecedented 15—1 record, the best postseason record in NBA history at the time.
Their opponent in the Finals that year were the Philadelphia 76ers , led by Allen Iverson. In the NBA Finals , the Lakers swept the New Jersey Nets , leading almost the entire time in each game; only for a short while after the beginning of Game 4 did the New Jersey Nets gain any significant lead in any game.
Along with Bryant and O'Neal, they formed what many expected to be one of the best teams in NBA history, and were the favorites to win the championship in Now established as one of the powerhouses of the East, the Pistons returned to the NBA Finals the following year, before losing to the Spurs in seven games.
It was the first NBA Finals since that had both Western and Eastern Conference champions making their first Finals appearance in franchise history.
The Mavericks won the first two games at home, but the turning point of the series was in Game 3, when the Heat overcame a point deficit with less than 6 minutes left in the fourth quarter to win 98— The comeback was led by Dwyane Wade 's 12 points in the final six minutes and a clutch outside jumpshot by Gary Payton , who was appearing in his third NBA finals.
Miami won all three of their home games, two of which were sparked by fourth quarter comebacks led by Wade; the Heat won their first championship in game six.
Wade was awarded the Finals MVP award. The Lakers returned to the finals in , against the Boston Celtics.
Renewing the teams' rivalry, this marked the 11th time that these two teams met in the Finals, the last meeting happened in The Lakers bounced back from their loss and returned to the Finals in , where they faced the Orlando Magic , led by Defensive Player of the Year Dwight Howard in The Lakers met the Celtics once again in , trailing 3—2 before winning the last two at home, marking the first time in the history of the Celtics that they lost a Game 7 in the NBA Finals.
He also passed Auerbach's and National Hockey League coach Scotty Bowman 's record for most titles as head coach in any major American professional sport.