|Michael Jordan, and Magic Johnson both made it all the way to the NBA All-Time Finals!|
Your votes chose the Chicago Bulls '1995-1996' to be the NBA All-Time Champions!
|The 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls were 72-10 during the regular season. They may be the best team in NBA history!|
NBA All-Time Finals!
Chicago Bulls '1995-1996' vs. Los Angeles Lakers '1986-1987'
It began on May 4th, 2014. Some of the best teams in the history of the NBA (National Basketball Association) were seeded according to their records for their respective seasons, and placed in a Playoff bracket for fans to vote on.
The Chicago Bulls '1995-1996', and the Los Angeles Lakers '1986-1987' were the final two teams left standing in the NBA All-Time Playoffs. Your votes decided that the Chicago Bulls '1995-1996' were the NBA All-Time Champions.
The Mitten State Sports Report broke down every series, and your votes coincided with the Mitten State Sports Report's series projections every time. The 2nd round matchup between the Celtics '86' vs. Heat '13' received the most votes during a landslide victory for the Celtics '86'. The Bulls '96' vs. the Pistons '89' series received the most views among the Mitten State Sports Report's analysis of series matchups.
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NBA All-Time Finals!
Eastern Conference Champions Western Conference Champions
72-10 1. Chicago Bulls '1995-1996' vs. 65-17 1. Los Angeles Lakers '1986-1987'
Head Coach: Phil Jackson Head Coach: Pat Riley
Starting Lineup Starting Lineup
PG Ron Harper PG Magic Johnson
SG Michael Jordan SG Byron Scott
SF Scottie Pippen SF James Worthy
PF Dennis Rodman PF A.C. Green
C Luc Longley C Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Bench Players Bench Players
PG Steve Kerr SG Michael Cooper
SF Toni Kukoc C Mychal Thompson
C Bill Wennington PF Kurt Rambis
SF Jud Buechler SF Billy Thompson
PF James Caffey PG Wes Mathews
PG Randy Brown SF Adrian Branch
PF James Edwards C Mike Smrek
PF John Salley
PF Dickie Simpkins
PF Jack Haley
Mitten State Sports Report's Series Notes:
- Clash of the Titans! Jordan vs. Magic, Phil vs. Riley, and Pippen vs. Worthy. Add Karrem Abdul-Jabbar, and Dennis Rodman to the mix, and anything can happen.
- Both teams have exceptional roll players on their respective benches. Both teams are excellent at 3-point shooting, rebounding, and scoring. The Bulls have an advantage on the defensive end.
- The Lakers '1996-1987' could exploit the defensive mismatch down low between Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Luc Longley.
- A.C. Green would struggle boxing out Dennis Rodman. Rodman was also a scoring option on the '1995-1996' Chicago Bulls!
- The '1995-1996' Bulls were 72-10 during the '1995-1996' NBA regular season. They were 15-3 during the Playoffs, and they were the '1996' NBA Champions!
- The '1986-1987' Lakers were 65-17 during the '1986-1987' NBA regular season. They were 15-3 during the Playoffs, and they were the 1987 NBA Champions!
- Michael Jordan would will the Bulls to victory. The '1996' Bulls may be the best team in NBA history!
Mitten State Sports Report's Series Projection:
Game 1: Chicago 107 - Los Angeles 102
Game 2: Chicago 105 - Los Angeles 103
Game 3: Los Angeles 118 - Chicago 112
Game 4: Los Angeles 126 - Chicago 122 2 OT
Game 5: Chicago 101 - Los Angeles 98
Game 6 ; Los Angeles 99 - Chicago 98
Game 7: Chicago 114 - Los Angeles 111
The Chicago Bulls '1996' advance over the Los Angeles Lakers '1987 in 7 games!
The Chicago Bulls '1995-1996' Bulls win the NBA All- Time Playoffs!
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