On This Date in NBA History: May 31, The 1998 Bulls Won Eastern Conference Finals

Dec 21, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan unveils the new Charlotte Hornets logo at halftime during the game against the Utah Jazz at Time Warner Cable Arena. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

1998 – In an 88-83 Chicago Bulls victory over the Indiana Pacers in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, the Bulls advanced to their third consecutive NBA Finals. Michael Jordan’s game-high 28 points and eight assists led the way for the Bulls, and Toni Kukoc chipped in with 21 points.

Kukoc, who resides in Highland Park, Illinois, has not popped up in the NBA world recently. Meanwhile, Jordan finally got his Charlotte Bobcats (now the Hornets) to the playoffs in 2014. Since His Airness left Chicago, the Bulls have not made it to the Finals. If Carmelo Anthony moves to Chi-Town this offseason, he could team up with a healthy Derrick Rose, and they possibly bring some championships back to Chicago.

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