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....