Ten Legendary and Iconic Bulls Moments

June 26th, 2018 | by Bulls.com

This season, the Chicago Bulls and Budweiser teamed up with local Chicago artist WalkerTKL to illustrate 10 legendary and iconic Bulls moments, both past and present:

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June 20, 1993

John Paxson’s game-winner 3 in Game 6 of the ‘93 Finals against the Suns.

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May 20, 1994

Scottie Pippen reinvents the definition of a poster dunk after slamming the ball in over Patrick Ewing. The dunk came from the final Bulls game played at the Chicago Stadium.

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May 5, 1994

Tied at 102 with 1.8 seconds left in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the New York Knicks, Toni Kukoc hit the game-winner, a 23-foot fadeaway jumper at the buzzer.

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June 13, 1997

With 5 seconds left, Steve Kerr receives the ball and hits a 17-footer to seal Game 6 of the ’97 Finals for the Bulls against the Pistons.

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January 17, 2018

After 11 months of recovering from an ACL injury, Zach LaVine records his first dunk ever as a Chicago Bull: a break-away slam against the Golden State Warriors.

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November 6, 2017

The Mascot Hall of Fame announces that Benny the Bull will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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December 27, 1997

Dennis Rodman: the king of defense. Rodman still holds a United Center record after having collected 29 rebounds in a 97-90 win over the Atlanta Hawks.

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April 21, 1996

The Bulls finish with one of the best records in regular season history, going 72-10. The Bulls topped the spectacular season off with a championship.

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April 24, 1995

Scottie Pippen finishes the 94-95 season leading the team in virtually every stat category:
-PTS (1692)
-3PM (109)
-AST (409)
-REB (639)
-BLK (89)
-STL (232)
-Minutes played (3014)

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June 13, 1997

The Bulls win their 5th NBA championship, beating the Utah Jazz in the Finals, 4-2.

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