I am not much of a basketball fan, but even I had to jump on the Chicago Bulls bandwagon back when they were the most dominant team in the NBA during the 1990s. That’s when Michael Jordan was in his prime, Scottie Pippen developed into an All-Star in his own right, and the Zen master Phil Jackson learned how to corral everyone’s skills and channel the team’s energy in the right direction. The result? A staggering six championships in the form of a “repeat three-peat”. Simply amazing!
How cool would it be to relive the magic of the 1990-91 season, when Jordan’s Bulls finally beat the bad-boy Detroit Pistons in the Conference Finals. That was the series where the Pistons walked off the court with :08 left on the clock because of their utter lack of sportsmanship. And then the Bulls took it to the Lakers in the Finals, winning four straight after dropping the opener.
Well, the Chicago Bulls 1991 Championship Season documentary called Learning to Fly is still available and is still a best-seller. This documentary comes in the form of six DVDs jam-packed with game action (including all five Finals games in their entirety) and behind-the-scenes footage, as well as season highlights and recaps.
Learning to Fly is an absolute must-have for any Bulls fan — or any true basketball fan, for that matter. It’s on sale right now for just $31.97 at Buy.com, which is almost $20 off the list price, and it ships for free. That’s a better deal than I’ve found at other online shopping superstores, so if I do end up buying this DVD set, it’ll come from Buy.com for sure!