That block he got after Mercer blocked his shoot was when I finally knew I would never like another player better than MJ! Mercer got a piece of his jumper but Jordan on the same play and goes back on defense and pins Mercer stuff with 2 hands on the backboard and he was like 50 at the time
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Highlight after highlights, Play after play and he has done all of these in the Playoffs & Finals. Simply the Best! Simply Amazing! Simply the goat! From end to end the goat and over everybody in the history of the league! He had it all and nobody else is close in almost every facet of the game! Michael Jordan the only goat! Great and did you watch closely he doesn’t push off the defensive player whatsoever! Brian, he was almost as good as I was.
The Bulls had the best player in the league in Jordan, arguably the second-best player in Pippen, the best rebounder in Rodman, the best three-point shooter in Kerr, and the sixth man of the year in Kukoc. Basketball Kansas University in it final four 2018.
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This is the best team ever. Watch the entire video, and you’ll see just how good they were defensive, in addition to diving after loose balls. One difference between the present-day Warriors teams and the Bulls teams of the 1990s is how great a defensive team the Bulls were. Jordan was not only the best offensive shooting guard ever but also the best defensive shooting guard ever. He won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year in 1988, was a 9x NBA All-Defensive First Team, and led the NBA in steals three times while at the same time leading the NBA in scoring. Pippen was one of the best defensive small forwards, himself a 7x NBA All-Defensive First Team who also led the NBA in steals. Rodman (7x NBA All-Defensive First Team) and Harper were also solid defensive players. They could let loose the hounds and shut down an opponent almost at will. They also had a big backcourt with Jordan and Harper who, both at 6’6″, were bigger than the backcourt of most of their opponents. Steph Curry, Klay Thompson, and Kevin Durant have never made the NBA All-Defensive First Team or Second Team.