1985-86

Record: 30-52
(Fourth Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (front row): Billy McKinney, Rod Higgins, Michael Jordan, Gene Banks, Kyle Macy. (middle row): Trainer Mark Pfeil, Assistant Coach Murray Arnold, Vice President- Basketball Operations Jerry Krause, Head Coach Stan Albeck, Assistant Coach Tex Winter, Assistant Coach/Scout Mike Thibault. (back row): Orlando Woolridge, David Greenwood, Dave Corzine, Jawann Oldham, Mike Smrek, Sidney Green, Charles Oakley.

Team Leaders (avg)

20.7

Points


Orlando Woolridge

58

3pt FGs


Kyle Macy

8.6

Rebounds


Charles Oakley

5.4

Assists


Kyle Macy

0.99

Steals


Gene Banks/Kyle Macy

2.58

Blocks


Jawann Oldham

Regular season

Named Stan Albeck Head Coach, and traded forward Steve Johnson and second-round draft pick to San Antonio for forward Gene Banks (06/17/85) ... traded forward David Greenwood to San Antonio for guard George Gervin (10/24/85) ... won third straight game, 111-105 at Golden State, but lost guard Michael Jordan for 64 games with broken foot (10/29/85) ... lost eight of first nine without Jordan ... activated Jordan (03/14/86) ... clinched playoff berth with 105-103 win over Washington before a season-high 18,869 in attendance at Stadium.

Draft


First round, Keith Lee (Memphis State); second round, Ken Johnson (Michigan State), Aubrey Sherrod (Wichita State) and Adrian Branch (Maryland). Lee’s draft rights and guard Ennis Whatley traded to Cleveland for forward Charles Oakley (ninth overall) and Sacramento pick Calvin Duncan (30th over- all). Johnson’s draft rights and forward Ben Coleman traded to Portland for draft rights to Mike Smrek.

Playoffs


Qualified for second straight year ... Jordan scored NBA playoff-record 63 points in the Bulls’ 135-131 double overtime loss at Boston (04/20/86) ... eliminated 3-0 by Boston ... fired Albeck as Head Coach (05/19/86).

Honors


Jordan led Bulls in scoring (22.7) ... Oakley led Bulls in rebounding (8.6)

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