The Golden Age: Best NBA Players From The 90’s

Two-Way Player


Scottie Pippen (L) and Ron Harper of the Chicago B

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Scottie loved locking down the opposing team’s best offensive weapon. Both Scottie and Michael enjoyed the task of playing stringent defense and getting their share of buckets on the offensive end. During the 93-94 season, Scottie revved things up sans MJ and went on a rampage. That year, he averaged 22 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 5.6 assists a game. On the defensive end? He averaged close to three steals and a block a game.

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