1992-93

Record: 57-25
(First Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (front row): Supervisor of European Scouting Ivica Dukan, Scout/Special Asst. Jim Stack, Scout/Special Asst. Clarence Gaines, Jr., VP/Basketball Operations Jerry Krause, Asst. Coach Jim Cleamons, Head Coach Phil Jackson, Asst. Coach Johnny Bach, Asst. Coach Tex Winter, Trainer Chip Schaefer, Strength & Conditioning Asst. Erik Helland, Strength & Conditioning Consultant Al Vermeil, Equipment Manager John Ligmanowski. (back row): B.J. Armstrong, John Paxson, Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Scott Williams, Stacey King, Will Perdue, Bill Cartwright, Horace Grant, Ed Nealy, Rodney McCray, Trent Tucker, Darrell Walker, Corey Williams.

Team Leaders (avg)

32.6

Points


Michael Jordan

92

3pt FGs


Michael Jordan

9.5

Rebounds


Horace Grant

7.0

Assists


Scottie Pippen

2.83

Steals


Michael Jordan

1.25

Blocks


Horace Grant

Regular season

Fourth straight 50-plus win season ... 31-10 home record marked sixth straight sea- son of 30-plus Stadium wins ... 26-15 road record ranked second-best in the NBA and first in the Eastern Conference ... 26 road wins marked third straight year of plus-.500 road record ... finished first in the NBA in offensive rebounding percentage at .363 and finished first in the league in fewest turnovers per game at 13.5.

Draft


First round, Byron Houston (Oklahoma State); second round, Corey Williams (Oklahoma State), Litterial Green (Georgia) and Matt Steigenga (Michigan State).

Playoffs


Won franchise’s third straight NBA title defeating Phoenix 4-2 in the NBA Finals ... swept Atlanta 3-0 in the first round and Cleveland 4-0 in Eastern Conference Semifinals ... defeated New York 4-2 in Eastern Conference Finals ... won the first two games of the NBA Finals at Phoenix, becoming the first team ever to open an NBA Finals series 2-0 on the road.

Honors


Michael Jordan captured his seventh straight scoring title, which tied Wilt Chamberlain for most consecutive scoring titles ... Jordan named 1993 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player, 1993 NBA East All-Star starter, All-NBA First Team and All-Defensive First Team ... Scottie Pippen started for the 1993 East All-Stars, was on the All-Defensive First Team ... B.J. Armstrong led the NBA in three-point field goal percentage (63-139 3FG, .453) ... Horace Grant named to All-Defensive Second Team ... Bulls’ home sellout streak reached 294 games (includes regular season and playoffs - 242 and 52, respectively).

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