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Another argument between me and my stepdad.

The Bulls first championship 1990-1991, if the Lakers team would have been fully healthy(i.e. byron scott and james worhty), would the bulls have won that championship?


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YES. Putting Scottie Pippen

YES. Putting Scottie Pippen on Magic Johnson was what changed the series.

I just don't see how they could've stopped Michael Jordan.

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yes, the bulls were the

yes, the bulls were the better more athletic team. I think they win regardless, but Worthy at full strength would have made it more interesting.

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Yup, the Bulls were the

Yup, the Bulls were the better team that year, and the year after, and so on. That was the first NBA Finals I ever seen, it hooked me to B-ball. Tezo83 was right, putting the bigger pippen on magic slowed the lake show down, and let Jordan be a scorer. Which I hope is the same effect that Ron Ron has with Kobe in the playoffs this year.

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Just to think... Mike

Just to think... Mike Dunleavy was coaching the Lakers at the time. What happened to him? How did he fall this low lol?

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The Clippers...that ship be

The Clippers...that ship be cursed.

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the series would have been a

the series would have been a lot more competitive and mabye the lakers would have won.

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