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    Jordan birthed the “get mine” movement. Kobe took it to another level, but added controlling the narrative. Lebron combined both of those and added “my brand above the all” because of his insecurities.

    They all created the emo players of today.

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    Ah the game where Jordan got all those BS calls

    That was a travesty

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    Ah the game where Jordan got all those BS calls

    That was a travesty
    2 palming calls

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    I watched this game last night - 1996 ECF Game 2. Magic had an 18 point lead at Halftime. The Bulls defense especially in the 4th Quarter is jaw dropping.


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    Nothing compared to all the BS calls in his favor that night

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    Rodman's defense on Shaq in that series was incredible. Guy was giving up like a 100lbs. He was as strong as an ox.

    I watched this game last night - 1996 ECF Game 2. Magic had an 18 point lead at Halftime. The Bulls defense especially in the 4th Quarter is jaw dropping.


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    Rodman's defense on Shaq in that series was incredible. Guy was giving up like a 100lbs. He was as strong as an ox.
    34 years old. Dennis was still elite in 1996, especially late in the season as he had spent nearly a calendar year in the Bulls system at that point. In 97 he started doing the off the court circus and by 1998 he looked almost out of shape.

    At that point Kukoc was All Star caliber anyway though. Toni was the only Bull still on the upswing of their career

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    From the bullied to the Bully
    90s, Every possession is a highlight


    19:30 Rodman enters the game
    https://youtu.be/2HLL32HyYik?t=1178

    1:39:00 Tie game at 69
    https://youtu.be/2HLL32HyYik?t=6196
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    Jordan
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    Which PG is ideal ?

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    Which PG is ideal ?
    You mean a real traditional PG?

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    You mean a real traditional PG?

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    That wouldn’t work in the system

    Abdul Raif/Steph Curry types would work better offensively as they can shoot and create for others but don’t need to have the ball all rhe time

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    That wouldn’t work in the system

    Abdul Raif/Steph Curry types would work better offensively as they can shoot and create for others but don’t need to have the ball all rhe time
    Rose would be most athletic on the coart. Maybe Kukoc

    23 & 33 suffocating the Wing. Rodman boards and any modern Center tbh

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    Haha

    Rose would be most athletic on the coart. Maybe Kukoc

    23 & 33 suffocating the Wing. Rodman boards and any modern Center tbh
    I’m talking system fit, nit athleticism lol

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    I’m talking system fit, nit athleticism lol
    Paxson, Armstrong, Harper and Kerr

    Late 90s with Rose (basically Stockton role) rounding out the Triangle offense

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    Rivals defeated

    Bigs
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    Malone
    Rodman
    Shaq

    Smalls
    Drexler
    Magic
    Reggie
    Stockton

    Forwards
    Barkley
    Kemp
    Mullins
    Worthy
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    Rivals defeated

    Bigs
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    Smalls
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    Reggie
    Stockton

    Forwards
    Barkley
    Kemp
    Mullins
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    Lol there is 0 context to that list

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    Lol there is 0 context to that list
    Eliminated from playoffs

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    Eliminated from playoffs
    That’s your context?

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    My personal memory of the 90's Chicago Bulls

    The standard. For a franchise surrounded by other underachieving clubs from Chicago: Cubs, Blackhawks, White Sox and Bears (1 modern le). The formula of building a Champion seemed to coincide with Michael's progress. Coaches were improved and supporting cast strengthened. Maybe Isiah's success made it more believable that a mere guard could rise to such heights.

    Ladder was climbed and les defended. Yes fans bring up the gambling. I do not have an honest answer to that. My friends and I sports gamble. Do I believe it was tied to his fathers death - No. Rodman brought a somewhat modern touch onto the Bulls run. His wedding announcement and eventual appearance in a dress was supported by a best selling book "Bad as I wanna Be".

    But the Bulls guided by a clever HC in Phil Jackson not only overcame drama but more importantly he tapped into the edge each player needed to keep it compe ive but also fresh. I think the Bulls first Dynasty Run is centered on Jordan's rise and dominance as a player but the 2nd Run is more interesting. They showed humility off the court, they showed weakness on it but the standard remained.

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    My god, all those phantom and 1s

    Refs to the rescue

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