Synopsis by Sarah Block
Talk about a three-peat! In 1998, the Chicago Bulls achieved the unthinkable -- their sixth world championship of the 1990s and their second trio of consecutive wins. A dramatic six-game final series against the Utah Jazz capped an exciting playoff run of wins over the New Jersey Nets, the Charlotte Hornets, and the Indiana Pacers. Led by Michael Jordan, Dennis Rodman, and Scottie Pippen, the decade's top team breezed through a 62-20 regular season to reach the top spot. This video lets the viewer relive the exciting season through game highlights and player interviews.