Take a trip down memory lane and watch the best moments from all six of Michael Jordan’s NBA Finals appearances with the Chicago Bulls. In 1991, MJ and the Bulls took down Magic Johnson and the Los Angeles Lakers to win the franchise’s first NBA championship. (1:43) Chicago defended its title in 1992 by defeating the Portland Trail Blazers in a series that featured Jordan’s famous “Shrug Game.” (3:20) The Bulls completed their first three-peat with a victory over Charles Barkley and the Phoenix Suns in 1993.
After Jordan’s return from baseball, (5:07) the 1996 Bulls won a then record 72 regular-season games and topped the Seattle SuperSonics in the Finals. (6:41) MJ’s “Flu Game” in 1997 helped the Bulls to victory over the Utah Jazz, and in the dynasty’s (8:33) Last Dance in 1998, Chicago completed its second three-peat by defeating Karl Malone, John Stockton and the Utah Jazz yet again.