6 facts about the Bulls championship teams from 1991-1998
In the six Bulls championship years during the regular season, they were a remarkable 32-12 in games Scottie Pippen missed, including 26-12 in 1997-98. They were able to make it work when shorthanded.
The Bulls won their third straight NBA title in 1992-93 despite suffering a losing month in January (they went 7-8). It’s the only losing month they had (excluding 0-1 in October 1997) during their six championship seasons.
The Bulls won their second NBA title while hitting 138 3-pointers during the regular season AS A TEAM! In 2019-20, 31 individual players have 138 or more threes, and they haven’t yet finished the season!
The 1990-91 Bulls are the only team in NBA history ever to win an NBA title after starting the season 0-3. They went 61-18 the rest of the way after their 0-3 start.
The Bulls had FIVE winning streaks of at least eight games in 1996-97. They had no more than three such streaks in any other season in franchise history.
The 1995-96 Bulls had 26 wins by at least 20 points; that’s twice as many as the next team that season! The Jazz were next with 13.