I discuss the inductions of Tex Winter, Artis Gilmore, and Dennis Rodman into the hall of fame and give a brief update on the CBA talks.
Bulls Beat #203 - Hall of Fame
Guessing from the lack of comments nobody's too interested in watching older players/HOF'ers. That said, Dennis Rodman did alright for what you'd expect. He really comes up huge in every playoff game I look back on/re-broadcast. Tex Winter's son was just embarassing. Guess you have to feel for him..? It's just sad that Dennis can't overcome his pain/dysfunction to keep being a dissapointment to his family and himself. But Sam Smith is wrong on this one - Rodman was a huge part of the Bulls success make no mistake. Every Finals game I've watched he just makes huge/momentum changing/saving plays as timely as hell including baskets. It is a team game after all.. Miami!
I guess the talk/discussion about the Bulls dynasty came to a close on the national media/NBA talk. Unless, somebody else gets close to winning 2 3-peats or Jerry Krause goes to the HOF, there will be no MJ's Bulls talk. Also, we probably have to wait another 15/20 years for the next Bull to get into the HOF(probably Rose).
It was more of a closure moment of Rodman getting in to the HOF. The basketball world revolved around Chicago and you go anywhere in the world...the TVs would be on the Bulls...That was some dynasty.
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