Bulls: A Sunday Drive

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Bulls: A Sunday Drive

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Sunday Drive 
Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bull's 72 Win Season

We have watched him dominate the sport like no other man in the history of basketball. Michael Jordan is a combination of Pete Maravich, Bob Cousy and Bill Russell rolled into one. His wizardry on the court has amazed even the most skeptical as he has amassed records that may never be broken. Even his harshest critics are quick to admit that there’s no one quite like him.

But then the Chicago Bulls did something no team has ever done by winning 72 games in a season. With Michael Jordan spearheading the record-setting accomplishment after emerging from a self-imposed retirement, he and his teammates turned the basketball world on its ear. They also instilled in Rick Rush a desire to recapture the incomparable Jordan on canvas. “A Sunday Drive” is a bold expression by Rick of Jordan’s inimitable style, grace and artistry as he drives the lane during the Bull’s march to the NBA throne. In irrepressible fashion, Jordan overcame a grief-stricken emotional state due to the death of his father to lift his team to the world championship, a feat he previously had dedicated to his father’s memory. Ironically, it was on Father’s Day, June 16, 1996, that Michael Jordan once again showed why he is the greatest basketball player of all time. This final game brought home a fourth Bulls’ championship.