1991-92

Record: 67-15
(First Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (front row): Strength & Conditioning Consultant Al Vermeil, B.J. Armstrong, Michael Jordan, Horace Grant, Bill Cartwright, Scottie Pippen, John Paxson, Strength & Conditioning Assistant Erik Helland. (middle row): Trainer Chip Schaefer, Bobby Hansen, Stacey King, Will Perdue, Scott Williams, Cliff Levingston, Craig Hodges, Equipment Manager John Ligmanowski. (back row): Scout Clarence Gaines, Jr., Assistant Coach Tex Winter, Assistant Coach Johnny Bach, Head Coach Phil Jackson, Assistant Coach Jim Cleamons, Scout Jim Stack, Vice President–Basketball Operations Jerry Krause.

Team Leaders (avg)

30.1

Points


Michael Jordan

36

3pt FGs


Craig Hodges

10.0

Rebounds


Horace Grant

7.0

Assists


Scottie Pippen

2.28

Steals


Michael Jordan

1.62

Blocks


Horace Grant

Regular season

Won a then-team-record 67 games overall ... won a then-team-record 31 road games ... tied franchise-best home record with 36-5 ... won a then-team-record 14 straight games from 11/06/91 to 12/06/91 ... tied eight-game road win streak team record originally set in 1989-90 (11/06 to 11/30) ... fin- ished with the league’s best field goal percentage (.508).

Draft


First round, Mark Randall (Kansas).

Playoffs


Won franchise’s second straight NBA title defeating Portland 4-2 in the Finals ... swept Miami 3-0 in the first round ... defeated New York 4-3 in Eastern Conference Semifinals ... beat Cleveland 4-2 in Eastern Conference Finals.

Honors


Michael Jordan was named the NBA Most Valuable Player, NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, All-NBA First Team, All-Defensive First Team, captured his sixth straight scoring title and started for the 1992 East All-Stars ... Scottie Pippen started for the 1992 NBA East All-Stars ... Pippen was also named to All-Defensive First Team and All-NBA Second Team ... Jordan and Pippen named to 1992 Olympic basketball team ... Craig Hodges won his third straight Three-Point Shootout contest at All-Star Weekend ... Bulls’ home sellout streak reached 243 games (includes regular season and playoffs - 201 and 42, respectively).

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