Read "The Jordan Rules The Inside Story of Michael Jordan and the Chicago The New York Times Bestseller, Now in eBook Format and Updated With a New . Editorial Reviews. Review. New York Newsday An engaging, sometimes cruelly funny the first time as a new and improved eBook, "The Jordan Rules" remains the ultimate inside look at one of the most legendary teams in sports history. In The Jordan Rules, which chronicles the Chicago Bulls' first championship Here is the inside game, both on and off the court, including: Jordan's power.
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Even as a 30 year NBA fan, I still don't think this was a necessary read. New York Newsday An engaging, sometimes cruelly funny behind-the-scenes look at the Bulls' tantrum-and doubt-filled but finally triumphant journey to the NBA title.
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In the previous series, the Cavs had used a strategy of using the guards to funnel Jordan towards their shot blockers. That strategy proved ineffective because Jordan was too quick for the guards to control. The Pistons would use their big men to clog up the middle to force Jordan to the sides of the floor where Dennis Rodman was waiting as a shot blocker.
The plan seemed to work during game 1.
Michael Jordan started very slowly and did not play well until the 2nd half. His drives were being shutdown and he scored most of his points from under the basket. Jordan finished with 29 points and 11 rebounds in a loss.