Mark Jackson: Pacers ‘respected Chicago, but we didn’t fear them’



If there is one area of basketball where Michael Jordan did not have an abundance of experience, it was in a Game 7.

During the course of his NBA career, Jordan only played in a seventh game on three occasions—a road loss to the Detroit Pistons in the 1990 Eastern Conference Finals, a successful defense of home turf at Chicago Stadium against the New York Knicks in the ’92 Eastern Semis and a Game 7 triumph against the Indiana Pacers in the ’98 Eastern Conference Finals during The Last Dance season currently being documented by ESPN.





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