View discussions in 3 other communities. It was the only one of the Bulls' six Finals appearances to end in four games to one. The Lakers were in the game even when Chicago was leading 58-51 until Byron Scott fouled Pippen, and the Bulls would make 17 of their next 20 field goals in the third quarter despite Jordan spending time on the bench with foul trouble. In Game 3, the Lakers would be the ones having trouble, setting a rebounding low in the Finals. The Lakers refused to go down and shrank the deficit to 7 points in the fourth quarter, but it was the closest they would get, as Pippen and Jordan led the Bulls on a 19-8 run to put them one game away from their first NBA Championship. The Lakers had a 28-27 lead in the first quarter; only the second time in the 1991 playoffs that a team led the Bulls at the end of the first quarter. “I didn’t think about sports in terms of statistics or who was breaking what record for the fastest time. But, he explains, “I knew that if I went back to sleep and didn’t somehow write it down or record it, it would be gone forever.”The thing was, all of his recording equipment was locked away in the production truck.
The Bulls were having trouble in the frontcourt (in Game 1, the Lakers frontcourt outscored Chicago's 60-31).
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The Lakers were in the game even when Chicago was leading 58-51 until Byron Scott fouled Pippen, and the Bulls would make 17 of their next 20 field goals in the third quarter despite Jordan spending time on the bench with foul trouble. Michael Jordan's 17-foot jumper then rattled out, and Byron Scott hit one of two free throws.
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The Lakers still fought and even led 93-90 in the fourth quarter, but the Bulls went on a 9-0 run, and Paxson's 10 points in the final half of the fourth quarter helped secure the Chicago Bulls', and Michael Jordan's, first NBA title. They swept the The Lakers were coming off a stunning second round loss to the Both teams split the two meetings, each won by the home team: With the lack of Worthy and Scott, and bad shooting (especially from Sam Perkins), the Bulls were able to take a 16-point lead in the third quarter. NBC benefited from having Upon the expiration of NBC Sports' contract with the NBA in Simply put, NBC could not compete with the combined broadcast and cableWhereas NBC normally televised 33 regular games per year, ABC would generally air fewer than 20 regular season games annually. But what about if an orchestra plays it?’”Once he got over the shock that NBC had chosen his theme over all the other submissions, he agreed to record the song with an orchestra — which he paid for out-of-pocket. double points for managing to pull off that project with style and charm, not self-seriousness.”“MEL f--kin rules they’re so consistently knocking it out of the park and everyone on the staff
"Roundball Rock" is a theme song composed by John Tesh and used for The NBA on NBC from 1990 until 2002.NBC played the song 12,000 times during their run. The N.B.A. 100% Upvoted. “I knew I needed separate movements of the song that matched what was happening on the screen. This was also the last time any game of the NBA Finals aired in the afternoon (The biggest decision of the game was putting Scottie Pippen on Magic Johnson, while Michael Jordan guarded Vlade Divac. Jordan won the scoring title for a fifth consecutive season, but the team was no longer a one-man show of years past.