In the words of Chicago Bulls guard Ron Harper, “Don’t mean a thing without the ring”—the reference, of course, being the team’s 1995-1996 historic 72-10 regular season, the first to break the threshold of 70 wins.
Featuring some of the game’s greatest players, including the return of the greatest, the 1995-1996 Chicago Bulls steamrolled the league and returned to the playoffs for the 12th straight season. After dropping just a single playoff game en route to the NBA Finals, Chicago capped the legendary season by taking the title over the Seattle SuperSonics. It marked their fourth of six NBA Championships in the 90s and cemented their status as a dynasty. Pay homage.