Nov. 13, 2015

Michael Jordan's second NBA season - Cavaliers (Oct 25), Pistons (Oct 26) at Bulls - 1985 - NB86-2

Michael Jordan's second NBA season - Cavaliers (Oct 25), Pistons (Oct 26) at Bulls - 1985 - NB86-2

Adam & Aaron celebrate the 30th anniversary of Michael Jordan's second season in the National Basketball Association. This episode covers:

- Cleveland at Chicago - October 25, 1985

- Detroit at Chicago - October 26, 1985

In this episode, we discuss the first two games of MJ's second season. We were fortunate to have access to the game DVDs, giving us plenty of topics and moments to talk about. In our first game for review, Chicago needed an overtime session to determine their fate, against the visiting Cleveland Cavaliers. Next, we chat about a remarkable contest between the Bulls and Pistons, featuring unique moments on and off the court.

Aside from a focus on Jordan's burgeoning career, we cover numerous sub-plots, individual milestones, amusing moments and minutiae from both games.

This episode continues our coverage of the 1985-86 NBA season. We encourage your interaction. Feel free to suggest specific games, moments and events from within the season, for us to cover in future episodes of the series. Thanks for taking the time to listen to the show. If you enjoy the content, please share it with your friends!

Others mentioned in this episode, include: Orlando Woolridge, Charles Oakley, Dave Corzine, Jawann Oldham, Kyle Macy, George Gervin, World B. Free, Billy McKinney, John Bagley, Isiah Thomas, Joe Dumars, Roy Hinson, Bill Laimbeer & Rick Mahorn.

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