Top 30 Moments in Chicago Bulls History

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9. John Paxson saves the day in Game 6 of the 1993 NBA Finals

There was only one player that scored in the fourth quarter of Game 6 in the 1993 NBA Finals for the Chicago Bulls. That player was none other than current Bulls vice president of basketball operations John Paxson.

The Bulls only scored 12 points in the final quarter of Game 6, but none were bigger than Paxson’s three-pointer with just 03.9 seconds left.

Horace Grant would block Kevin Johnson‘s last desperation shot to preserve the Bulls becoming the first team since the 1964-66 Boston Celtics to “three-peat” as champions.

The next season would be Paxson’s final season in the NBA (as a player), but not before he hit one of the biggest shots in the history of the Chicago Bulls franchise.

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