Scottie Pippen Admitted He Was Afraid To Face Clyde Drexler In 1992 Finals: “He Played A Lot Like Me, Lot Of Speed, Athleticism, Could Handle The Ball, Make Plays.”

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By Orlando Silva View the original article to see embedded media. The Chicago Bulls had one of the most memorable runs in NBA history during the 90s, dominating the league throughout most of the decade, winning six championships in the span of eight years. Michael Jordan and co. took the team to the top of the league after years of struggles against the powerhouses of the Eastern Conference. Along with Scottie Pippen, they created a terrific duo that led this team to the promised land six times. It wasn’t an easy job, and the Bulls always took everything seriously, not hesitating to destroy ri…

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