This series of articles will celebrate (or laugh at) some of the worst professional sports teams of all time. I will focus on teams within my lifetime so expect the worst from the 1970s to present day. 

It all went downhill for the Chicago Bulls on June 14, 1998. Yes, the day Michael Jordan hit the game winning shot in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against the Utah Jazz, clinching the Bulls sixth title in eight years. After that, the big crash!

Jordan, the greatest player of all time, retired. The Bulls second best player, Scottie Pippen left for Portland. Dennis Rodman took his freak show to Hollywood, as he signed with the Los Angeles Lakers. Steve Kerr took his clutch shooting to San Antonio. Coach Phil Jackson had enough, and left the game for a few years. The Bulls went from dynasty to laughingstock overnight.

The first mistake…

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