Michael Jordan played his first finals game in 1991, when the Chicago Bulls faced the Los Angeles Lakers. After leading the team to victory with an average of 31.2 points on 56 percent shooting, Jordan received the MVP award, sealing the Bulls in for their dynastic reign over the 1990s. By the '97 championship game against the Utah Jazz, Jordan, Pippen and Rodman were prepared to take it all. And they did - Jordan won his fifth Finals MVP title that year.
Just Don's latest caps pay homage to these iconic championship series. The 2014 Spring Chicago Bulls Strapback hats bear the NBA logo, along with the brand's signature snakeskin treatment on the brim. Red, black and gold colorways kind of look like Mitchell & Ness' holiday releases, but these lids are undeniably Just Don, and nothing else.