By Mike Patton
NABJ Black News & Views
Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls were one of the most dominant dynasties in all of NBA basketball history.
During the 1990s, the Bulls won six championships in an eight-year period. However, each championship had its own set of hardships and challenges. On this day in 1992, the Bulls were down 15 points to the Portland Trailblazers in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. With things looking bleak for the Bulls, they mounted a comeback, scoring 33 points in the final quarter to win Game 6 and the NBA Finals. The win would be the Bulls second consecutive championship victory.