1991–92 Chicago Bulls season

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The 1991–92 NBA season was the Bulls' 26th season in the National Basketball Association.wikipedia
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Scottie Pippen

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He was also selected for the 1992 NBA All-Star Game along with Scottie Pippen.
He played a main role on both the 1992 Chicago Bulls Championship team and the 1996 Chicago Bulls Championship team which were selected as two of the Top 10 Teams in NBA History.

1992 NBA playoffs

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In the first round of the playoffs, the Bulls swept the Miami Heat in three straight games.
The tournament concluded with the Eastern Conference champion Chicago Bulls defeating the Western Conference champion Portland Trail Blazers 4 games to 2 in the NBA Finals.

1992 NBA Finals

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In the 1992 NBA Finals, they would go on to beat the Portland Trail Blazers four games to two to win their second consecutive championship, and second of three straight.
The Eastern Conference champion Chicago Bulls took on the Western Conference champion Portland Trail Blazers for the title, with Chicago having home court advantage, as they had the best record in the NBA that season.

1991–92 Sacramento Kings season

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Early into the season, the Bulls traded Dennis Hopson to the Sacramento Kings after the first two games.
The Kings continued to tinker with their roster in every way by trading top draft pick Billy Owens to the Golden State Warriors for Mitch Richmond, while acquiring Spud Webb from the Atlanta Hawks, and Dennis Hopson from the Chicago Bulls early into the season.

1991–92 Cleveland Cavaliers season

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As they advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals, they would defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games, making their second trip to the Finals.
However, in the Eastern Conference Finals, they would lose to Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls four games to two.

1991–92 New York Knicks season

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In the semifinals, they defeated the New York Knicks in a full seven game series.
In the semifinals, the Knicks faced off against the defending champion Chicago Bulls for the second straight year.

1991–92 Miami Heat season

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In the first round of the playoffs, the Bulls swept the Miami Heat in three straight games.
However, in the first round of Eastern Conference Playoffs, the Heat were swept in three games by Michael Jordan and his defending world champion Chicago Bulls, who were coming off a 67–win regular season, and would eventually repeat as NBA champions.

1991–92 Portland Trail Blazers season

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In the 1992 NBA Finals, they would go on to beat the Portland Trail Blazers four games to two to win their second consecutive championship, and second of three straight.
The Blazers proceeded to defeat the Phoenix Suns 4–1 in the second round and Karl Malone's Utah Jazz 4–2 in the Western Conference Finals, earning their second trip to the NBA Finals in three years, and a matchup with the defending champion Chicago Bulls.

Michael Jordan

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Michael Jordan captured his second straight MVP, and sixth straight scoring title.

1991 NBA Finals

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The Bulls entered the season as defending NBA champions, having defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1991 NBA Finals in five games, and winning their first NBA championship in franchise history.
Neil Funk succeeded Durham the following season and was the radio voice on five NBA Finals involving the Bulls (1992, 1993, 1996, 1997 and 1998).