What was the Bulls roster in 1998?


What was the Bulls roster in 1998?


No. Player Pos
13 Luc Longley C
33 Scottie Pippen SF
91 Dennis Rodman PF
8 Dickey Simpkins PF

Who commentated the 1998 NBA Finals?

Doug Collins

Year Network Color commentator(s)
1999 NBC Doug Collins
1998 NBC Doug Collins and Isiah Thomas
1997 NBC Matt Guokas and Bill Walton
1996 NBC Matt Guokas and Bill Walton

How many games did Scottie Pippen miss in 1998?

35 games
Pippen missed the first 35 games, but Toni Kukoc filled in and Chicago was 24-11 when Pippen returned. The resurgent Indiana Pacers, a veteran team led by rookie coach Larry Bird, overtook Chicago and held a half-game lead at the All-Star break.

What was the Bulls record in 1998 without Pippen?

Without Pippen, the Bulls started with a rough 9–7 record in November, but then would go on a 15–4 record until he returned in January. However, three-point specialist Steve Kerr went down with a knee injury in January, and played just 50 games.

Did Michael Jordan win a ring without Scottie Pippen?

Although he did not win an NBA title without Pippen, Michael won the NCAA championship with North Carolina Tar Heels in 1982. Notably, he also hit the game-winning shot in the final against Georgetown.

Did Jordan win a ring without Rodman?

Michael Jordan won 6 championships without Dennis Rodman in his career.

How many years did the Chicago Bulls play in the NBA?

1999–00 >. The 1998–99 Chicago Bulls season was the franchise’s 33rd season in the National Basketball Association.

What happened to the Chicago Bulls?

Under new head coach Tim Floyd, plus the off-season acquisitions of Brent Barry, Mark Bryant, and Andrew Lang, the Bulls were a shell of their former selves, losing eight of their first nine games of the season.

Will the Chicago Bulls ever let a finals series go to 7?

With the series shifting back to Utah with a far more generous 3-2 Bulls advantage, the promise of another Chicago championship was not so certain. The Chicago Bulls had never let a Finals series go to a Game 7. As they arrived at the Delta Center for Game 6, things didn’t look good for the Bulls.

What year did the Chicago Bulls miss the playoffs?

The Bulls were just the second defending champions to miss the postseason, behind the 1969–70 Boston Celtics . On April 10, 1999, the Bulls set an all-time NBA record low for points in the shot clock era in an 82–49 loss at the United Center to the Miami Heat.