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Chicago Bulls

1995-96 Chicago Bulls Roster

National Basketball Association (NBA)
Team Record: 72-10
Finished 1st in the NBA's Central Division

Postseason: 15-3
Won NBA championship

Conference First Round - Defeated Miami Heat 3-0

Conference Semifinals - Defeated New York Knicks 4-1

Conference Finals - Defeated Orlando Magic 4-0

Finals - Defeated Seattle Supersonics 4-2

Coach: Phil Jackson (72-10)

1995-96 Statistics
1995-96 Game-by-Game Results

The Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association ended the 1995-96 season with a record of 72 wins and 10 losses, finishing first in the NBA's Central Division, and compiled a postseason mark of 15-3. Phil Jackson coached the team. The 1995-96 Chicago Bulls won the NBA championship.

PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightCollege
Randy BrownGMay 22, 19686'2"190New Mexico State
Jud BuechlerF-GJune 19, 19686'6"220Arizona
Jason CaffeyFJune 12, 19736'8"255Alabama
James EdwardsC-FNovember 22, 19557'0"225Washington
Jack HaleyC-FJanuary 27, 19646'10"240UCLA
Ron HarperG-FJanuary 20, 19646'6"185Miami (OH)
Michael JordanG-FFebruary 17, 19636'6"195North Carolina
Steve KerrGSeptember 27, 19656'3"175Arizona
Toni KukocG-FSeptember 18, 19686'10"192none
Luc LongleyCJanuary 19, 19697'2"260New Mexico
Scottie PippenF-GSeptember 25, 19656'7"210Central Arkansas
Dennis RodmanFMay 13, 19616'7"210SE Oklahoma State
John SalleyF-CJune 16, 19646'11"230Georgia Tech
Dickey SimpkinsFApril 6, 19726'9"248Providence
Bill WenningtonCDecember 26, 19637'0"245St. John's (NY)