The Trail Blazers lucked out and got the second overall pick in the 1984 Draft. Already with Clyde Drexler on the roster, Portland had the choice of either Sam Bowie or Michael Jordan. They decided to go with Bowie and the rest is history. Bowie was injury prone and Michael turned out to be the greatest player to ever pick up a basketball.
What could've been: It's hard to say the Blazers would've won six titles and had the same success MJ brought the Bulls, but we think they would've been better off with Clyde and Mike feeding off each other. Those two would've been a great foundation to start a team with. The Bulls would've still been looking for their first title while Portland would've had a couple rings in the '90s.