1990: Vinnie Johnson's shot with 0.7 seconds wins title for Pistons
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1996: Michael Jordan wins fourth title with Bulls, on Father's Day
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Vinnie Johnson
Michael Jordan
Yes, Vinnie Johnson could heat up in a hurry, but he was a lot more than a streak shooter. He was strong, solid-muscle strong, and as mentally tough as anybody in the league. On this day, The Microwave had a cool, icy focus against the Blazers. With the championship on the line, Johnson scored nine straight in the fourth and then a 14-foot jumper from the right wing to win Detroit's second straight title.
– Chris Ramsay
You couldn't tell exactly what was going on inside Michael Jordan, but he cried so many tears and hugged the ball so tightly, you knew it might have to do with his dad. MJ, back from his baseball hiatus, won his fourth championship with the Bulls on Father's Day. It was Jordan's first since the passing of his father, James. As his emotions spilled out, Jordan said "I was blessed. There's no way to describe it."
– Chris Ramsay