NBA Final 1998: Michael Jordan leaves with a movie final

por Roberto Anidos publicado en 1998 Chicago Bulls Decade 90 NBA Utah Jazz

In the NBA of 1998, the final of the previous year was repeated. The Chicago Bulls and the Utah Jazz met again for the title, with a 4-2 victory for the Chicago Bulls. A final that ended with a mythical last shot by Jordan, an action that has become an icon of the history of basketball. An action that would end a dominance of three consecutive titles, six rings in eight years, the era of the Bulls was over, the era of Michael Jordan

Chicago Bulls
*Harper – 5.3p, 4.5r.
*Jordan – 33.5p, 5.6r. 
*Pippen – 15.6p, 6.8r. 
*Kukoc – 15.1p, 4.6r. 
*Rodman – 3.3p, 8.3r.
Kerr – 3.8p, 2.5a.
Buechler – 1.3p.
Burrell – 3.5p, 2.5r.
Simpkins – 1.0p, 1.5r. (2)
Longley – 5.0p, 4.8r.
Brown – 2p, 1r. (1)
Wennington – 1.3p, 1.0r. (3)

Utah Jazz
*Stockton – 9.6p, 8.6a.
*Hornacek – 10.6p, 2.6r.
*Russell – 8.8p, 5.0r.
*Malone – 25.0p, 10.5r.
*Ostertag – 2.2p, 3.2r. (5)
Eisley – 4.6p, 3.8a.
Anderson – 7.3p, 2.6r.
Morris – 4.3p, 2.5r.
Carr – 4.1p, 1.8r.
Foster – 1.3p, 2.3r.
Keefe – 2.8p, 3.4r. (5)
Vaughn – 0.0p, 1.0r. (2)

To reach the final …
Chicago Bulls – New Jersey Nets (3-0), Charlotte Hornets (4-1), Indiana Pacers (4-3)
Utah Jazz – Houston Rockets (3-2), San Antonio Spurs (4-1), Angeles Lakers (4-0)