Injuries and age prevented the Pistons from scoring a third straight championship in the 1990-91 NBA season. They went 50-32 that season, but a mature and stronger Chicago Bulls team swept them in four games of the Eastern Conference Finals. The Bulls won the championship that season. After that the Pistons dynasty broke up, with key players retiring or moving on as free agents to other teams. They would not return to the Finals until 2004. Dennis Rodman, James Edwards and John Salley would win a championship in 1996 with the Bulls.
The Trail Blazers won the Pacific Division title by winning a franchise-record 63 games in 1991, acquiring the league's best record. They were, however, denied a second straight trip to the NBA Finals, losing to the Los Angeles Lakers in six games at the Western Conference Finals. The Blazers returned to the Finals the year after that in 1992, but lost to the Bulls in the championship series, four games to two.
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