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Old 10-20-2012, 12:13 AM
Jose.Contreras Jose.Contreras is offline
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Originally Posted by Johnny Mostil View Post
The Bulls clinched three (1992, 1996, and 1997) of their six championships at home, no?

Absolutely, they did. Bulls won it in Chicago in '92, '96, '97. This is common knowledge, we both know that .

The poster who claimed that the Chicago Bulls never won an NBA title at home because, as he said, "every clincher to the Finals was on the road as they were almost always the better seed", should know better. Also, the rationale in thinking that the higher seed is less likely to clich a series at home, is, shall we say, "misguided". The higher seeds clinches the title on their home court exactly 50 percent of the time, and this goes for all four professional team sports leagues played within this country.

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