Stats: 33.6 PPG, 6.9 RPG, 6.3 APG

This was the start of a beautiful thing for Michael Jordan. Phil Jackson became the Bulls' head coach, and eventual partner-in-crime Scottie Pippen was still improving. 1989-90 also saw the Bulls finish with what was then the best record of his career (55-27) thanks, in part, to its top ten-scoring offense. Then March 28, 1990 happened. As if The Shot wasn't bad enough, Jordan violated Cleveland even harder by putting up a 69-point, 18-rebound performance. It was looking like this one as going to be Jordan's year. But again, the Pistons…