Summary and statistics for the NBA Finals - Portland Trail Blazers vs. Chicago Bulls. Trail Blazers vs Bulls, - NBA Finals Team and players stats from the NBA Finals series played between the Portland Trail Blazers and the Chicago Bulls in the Playoffs. Template loop detected: Template:NBA Finals summary The NBA Finals was the championship round of the –92 NBA season. The Chicago Bulls of the East Conference took on the Portland Trail Blazers of the Western Conference for the title, with Chicago having home court advantage, as MVP: Michael Jordan, (Chicago Bulls). Watch NBA Finals - Season 46, Episode 2 - NBA Finals Game 2: Chicago Bulls vs. Portland Trailblazers: The Bulls (leading series, ) host the Trailblazers for Game 2 of the NBA Finals. NBA Finals's wiki: The NBA Finals was the championship round of the –92 NBA season. The Eastern Conference champion Chicago Bulls took on the Western Conference champion Portland Trail Blazers for the title, with Chicago having home court advantage, as they had the best record in the NBA that season.
Cartwright, Bill. Wayne Cooper. Notre Dame. Portland started strongly as they held Michael Jordan scoreless for the game's first 11 minutes, and would take a lead miday through the 2nd quarter before Chicago went on a run and cut the deficit to only 6 points. That team also included Blazers guard Clyde Drexler. Durant , C. Are you a Stathead, too? Assistant coaches Winter Bach Cleamons.
Assistant coaches Winter Bach Cleamons. Orlando Magic. The two teams appeared headed to face each other for most of the season and comparisons were made between Clyde Drexler and Michael Jordan throughout the season. Bryant, Mark. The Trail Blazers were destined to meet the Bulls the previous year, having won a franchise record 63 games. The Bulls would go on to win the series in six games.
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