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1994–95 Chicago Bulls season

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1994–95 Chicago Bulls Season

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Scottie Pippen: Top 10 dunks 1994-95 season

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Michael Jordan for MVP in 1994-95 Season !?

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Scottie Pippen's '93-'94 Bulls

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Chicoago Bulls highlights from 94/95 (crazy dunks)

The 1994–95 NBA season was the Bulls' 29th season in the National Basketball Association. This was also the team's first season playing at the United Center. During the off-season, the Bulls signed free agents Ron Harper and Jud Buechler. However, Harper's stats would drop down dramatically only playing a limited number of minutes. The Bulls struggled in the first half of the season with a 23–25 record at the All-Star break. However, they received a major boost upon the return of Michael Jordan, who came out of retirement to rejoin the team, faxing a memo that simply said "I'm back." The Bulls won 24 of their final 34 games, and finished the season with a 47–35 record, going 13–4 with Jordan back in the lineup. The Bulls finished third in the Central Division and fifth in the Eastern Conference. Jordan wore #45 on his jersey, but later on changed it back to #23 during the playoffs. Scottie Pippen was selected for the 1995 NBA All-Star Game.
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