Isiah, the Bad Boys and their second title. The Dream Team. Hakeem and the Rockets. The international players. The three-peating Bulls. The expansion to Canada. The 50 year anniversary. The Lockout. The first title of the Spurs' dynasty. The flashiest jerseys ever. Michael. The Greatest decade in NBA history.
June 16, 1993: Michael Jordan draws the foul and hits the tough shot late in the Bulls’ 111-105 win over the Phoenix Suns in Game 4 of the 1993 NBA Finals. He finished the night with 55 points and went on to average a Finals-record 41.0 PPG as the Bulls won the series 4-2 for their third championship in as many years.