1997-98 Basketball Season Roster
- Chicago wins 3rd straight crown
- Jordan wins 5th MVP, 10th scoring title (28.7)
- 62-win Utah in finals again; LA, Seattle win 61
The Windy City celebrated again, but the winds of change were blowing. Michael Jordan was retiring a winner (again) after the last of Chicago’s six titles, and the last of Dennis Rodman’s seven straight seasons of leading the NBA in rebounding average. With rookie of the year Tim Duncan (21.1 ppg, 11.9 rpg), San Antonio improved a record 36 games to 56-26. Rookie Coach Larry Bird guided Indiana to 58 wins. Can’t get enough? Here’s more.
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