How many championships would the Chicago Bulls have won if Michael Jordan had not retired to...
His dad was caejacked and killed which made Jordan question his desire to play basketball.
Honestly, I think the Bulls could have ruled the entire decade of the 90's had he not retired the first time around. That would have put the championship total instead of six to eight possibly nine.
3 years away from the game= 3 more championships pushing, the total to nine. Good hub, I sure do miss MJ!
probably 8 to 9. That would mean Horry & Olajuwon have 2 less rings, .
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