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View Poll Results: Do the Bulls still win if the Lakers were fully healthy?
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Old 09-10-2018, 10:46 PM   #16
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Default Re: Do the Bulls still beat the Lakers if Scott and Worthy were healthy

Originally Posted by Phoenix
At this point Scottie was a more dynamic and impactful player than Worthy, healthy or otherwise. I remember a particular game( think I even recorded it back in the day) when MJ and Scottie went off against the Sixers:

That duo was flat-out dynamic throughout that playoff run.

Yeah, Scottie was just doing whatever he wanted to the Sixers along with MJ in that series. He averaged 23.4ppg 9.4rpg 6.0apg 1.6spg .573%fg .609%ts in that series. 3ball loves to go on and on about how the Jordan didn't have a 2nd all star, when this 91 playoffs run was probably the best run Pippen had, period. He had a 7.8bpm during the playoffs which is dominant as hell. (and which was probably top 5 for the playoffs that season.) He led the playoffs in defensive winshares with 1.7. Jordan didn't have another all star in that run, though....

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Old 09-11-2018, 02:29 AM   #17
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Default Re: Do the Bulls still beat the Lakers if Scott and Worthy were healthy

They were healthy, they started to fake injuries when they had MJ and Pippen guarding them and kicking there asses.
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