When Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen were on the Chicago Bulls, they were pretty good, to put it lightly. In fact, for 8 solid seasons, they did not lose 3 games in a row once. Starting in 1990, the Bulls only lost 2 games in a row at most. This includes the nearly 2 seasons that Michael Jordan left to play baseball. Led by their 2 stars and Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson, the Bulls dominated the league, winning 6 championships in those 8 years.