This Day in Bulls History

March 25, 1986

Michael Jordan came off the bench to record 19 points in 19 minutes as the Bulls defeated the visiting New York Knicks 111-98. Jordan hit double figures in his next 865 games played, setting a league record for most consecutive 10+ point games, a run that did not end until Dec. 26, 2001.

This Day in Bulls History

March 25, 1989

Michael Jordan recorded the first of seven straight triple-doubles. Jordan finished with 21 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists as Chicago defeated Seattle, 111-110. It was also the first of 10 triple-doubles in a stretch of 11 games.

Celebrating over 50 years of Chicago Bulls basketball

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