1993-94

Record: 55-27
(Second Place)

Roster

Left to Right: (front row): B.J. Armstrong, Steve Kerr, Pete Myers, Horace Grant, Scottie Pippen, Jo Jo English, John Paxson. (middle row): Corie Blount, Toni Kukoc, Will Perdue, Luc Longley, Bill Wennington, Bill Cartwright, Scott Williams. (back row): Equipment Manager John Ligmanowski, Trainer Chip Schaefer, Assistant Coach Johnny Bach, Head Coach Phil Jackson, Assistant Coach Jim Cleamons, Assistant Coach Tex Winter.

Team Leaders (avg)

22.0

Points


Scottie Pippen

63

3pt FGs


Scottie Pippen

10.9

Rebounds


Horace Grant

5.6

Assists


Scottie Pippen

2.93

Steals


Scottie Pippen

1.62

Blocks


Horace Grant

Regular season

Michael Jordan retired prior to opening day on 10/06/93 ... fifth straight 50-plus win season ... 31-10 home record marked seventh straight season of 30-plus Stadium wins ... 24-17 road record ranked as second-best in the Eastern Conference, third-best in the NBA ... 24 road wins marked the fourth straight year of plus-.500 road record ... Bulls made NBA history when the team had two play- ers complete four-point plays (Scottie Pippen, Pete Myers) in one game (03/08/94 vs. Atlanta).

Draft


First round, Corie Blount (Cincinnati); second round, Anthony Reed (Tulane).

Playoffs


Swept Cleveland 3-0 in the first round ... eliminated 4-3 by New York in Eastern Conference Semifinals.

Honors


For first time in team history, the Bulls had three players on the NBA All-Star Team (Scottie Pippen, B.J. Armstrong and Horace Grant) ... B.J. Armstrong and Steve Kerr participated in the AT&T Long Distance Shootout on NBA All-Star Weekend ... Pippen became second Bull ever to be named All-Star MVP (Michael Jordan was All-Star MVP in 1988) ... Toni Kukoc played in first-ever All-Star Rookie game ... Bulls’ home sellout streak reached 340 games (includes regular season and playoffs - 283 and 57, respectively).

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