Man, Have There Been Moments of Hate…
When Michael Jordan retired for the first time in 1993 after winning three championships in a row and learning about the murder of his father, he left the league in search of a new dynasty.
In the 1984 draft in which Jordan was selected to join the Chicago Bulls, the Houston Rockets drafted Hakeem Olajuwon. He was at his prime in 1994 when the Houston Rockets beat the New York Knicks in the finals to claim an NBA championship.
Only great movies have a sequel, so when the 1995 season began, the Rockets wanted to show everyone that their ring was well-deserved, and they started the season with a record of 9-0!
It didn’t continue that way, though. They were playing badly by mid-season, and it didn’t look like a championship team at all.
They made changes. In a big trade, they brought a Houston-born superstar that was compared to Jordan at one point, Clyde Drexler, to help them save the season.
To make their chase after the coveted second championship in a row even harder, Hakeem was injured. Many on the team thought that bringing Clyde Drexler over was a sign that management didn’t trust them, but Drexler’s incredible season was the one glamour of hope since he was playing great basketball while the rest weren’t.
Seeded sixth in the West, they qualified for the playoffs without home-court advantage and faced the Utah Jazz in the first round. The series went to a decisive game in Utah. Very few teams have ever won a clincher on an away game.
In front of a sold-out arena and down badly with only five minutes to go, the Rockets were able to do the unthinkable and advance by winning the game.
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Next up were the Phoenix Suns, who had the home-court advantage. The Suns went up 3-1, and with only four teams in NBA ever having come back from that deficit at the time, the Rockets’ season looked like it was over.
The Rockets won their first “do or die” game in overtime in Phoenix, won game 6 at home, and against all odds, they played away on game 7 and won after a buzzer-beating three-pointer!
The Western Conference Finals were played against the top team in the league, the San Antonio Spurs, with the best regular season standings and David Robinson, who had just won an MVP award.
They had no home-court advantage, and the Rockets ended up winning that series and winning an NBA championship against Shaquille O’Neal’s Orlando Magic.
Why did I tell you all of this?
Because the Houston Rockets’ coach, Rudy Tomjanovich had this famous line to say after the trophy ceremony: “Never underestimate the heart of a champion.”
Gold is that champion, and everyone will know it after today.
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