THE CHICAGO BULLS - BASKETBALL SIGNED CIRCA 1991 CO-SIGNED BY: MICHAEL "AIR" JORDAN, DANNY AINGE, STACEY KING, B. J. (BENJAMIN ROY) ARMSTRONG, WILL PERDUE, HORACE GRANT, SCOTTIE PIPPEN, JOHN PAXSON, CLIFF LEVINGSTON, CLYDE DREXLER, BOB HANSEN II, CHUCK OLSON JR., THE PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS , WAYNE COOPER, ROBERT PACK, BUCK WILLIAMS, ALAA ABDELNABY, MARK BRYANT, ENNIS WHATLEY, JEROME KERSEY - HFSID 167886
CHICAGO BULLS and PORTLAND TRAILBLAZERS: 1991-1992 Gallery of History pedestal style display of a basketball signed by 9 Bulls and 9 Trailblazers, the team they defeated for the NBA championship that year. Basketball signed: "
Sale Price $2,720.00
CHICAGO BULLS and PORTLAND TRAILBLAZERS: 1991-1992
Gallery of History pedestal style display of a basketball signed by 9 Bulls and 9 Trailblazers, the team they defeated for the NBA championship that year.
Basketball signed: "B.J. Armstrong", "Horace/Grant", "Michael Jordan", "Stacey/King", "Cliff/Levingston", "John Paxson", "Will/Perdue", "Bobby Hansen" and "Scott Pippen" for the NBA Champion Chicago Bulls and "Alaa Abdelnaby", "Danny Ainge", "Clyde Drexler", "Jerome/Kersey", "Mark/Bryant", "Buck Williams", "Robert Pack", "Wayne Cooper", and "Ennis/Whatley" for the Portland Trailblazers. Official Spalding NBA Indoor/Outdoor basketball, David J. Stern, Commissioner, National Basketball Association. The Chicago Bulls captured their second NBA title in the 1991-1992 season, defeating the Portland Trailblazers by four games to two (the teams had split the first two games in Chicago, Chicago won two out of three games in Portland and then won game six at home). The Bulls, who had defeated the Los Angeles Lakers the previous season, had ended the 1991-1992 season with a record of 67-15, the fourth best season in NBA history, and MICHAEL JORDAN would receive his third MVP award. In the 1992-1993 season, the Bulls would beat the Phoenix Suns for their third consecutive NBA title. BILL CARTWRIGHT, who later became Head Coach of the Bulls, was removed from his position in November 2003, by JOHN PAXSON, the former teammate who became the team's Executive Vice President for Basketball Operations. Fine condition. Presented in Gallery of History pedestal style; pedestal 13x13x1¼.
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