Penny Hardaway was the most explosive point-guard the NBA saw in a while during the mid-90s. Hardaway was a vital member of the Orlando Magic, who beat Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls in 1995.
Penny described how the Magic came to the series to win and play in the NBA Finals for the first time in the history of the franchise.
With Jordan being only a couple of months from his return to basketball, after 1,5 years playing baseball, Hardaway admitted that the Bulls’ Hall of Famer wasn’t in great shape.
The former Orlando guard averaged 19.3 points and 7.7 assists per game during the teams’ run in the 1995 NBA Playoffs.
Here is what Hardaway said on the Orlando Magic, Horace Grant and Michael Jordan on the Uninterrupted: