Reliving the 72-10 Chicago Bulls 1995-96 Season
The Chicago Bulls 95-96 season is one that is well remembered – an all-star team of players, Michael Jordan back in the saddle after his baseball stint and the beginning of the team's second three-peat. However, this season was more than just the Bulls’ return to greatness. This was also the famous 72-10 season, in which the Bulls stepped up to the plate and delivered the greatest number of wins ever seen by the NBA before. That’s right, 72 wins and 10 losses throughout the regular season, a record held from the 1995-96 season up until 2015-16 where the Golden State Warrior set a new record of 73-9. Let’s dive into how to Bulls achieved this record and showed they world they were back, ready to dominate the NBA once again.
Here Come the Bulls: Lakers vs Bulls 90-91 Finals
The Chicago Bulls during the 90s were a ferocious team – with the start of their first three-peat and Michael Jordan making big headlines, this was an electric time for the team. However, nothing can beat the Bulls' 90-91 finals against the Los Angeles Lakers, with the rivalry, the prestige and the beginning of an era that would set the Bulls up for the next seven years.
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