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No. 11: Top 20 moments of the 1991-92 season

In honor of the 20th anniversary of the Chicago Bulls’ second NBA championship, Bulls.com counts down the top 20 moments from the 1991-92 season

In his third year as a pro, B.J. Armstrong played in all 82 regular season games for the Bulls during the 1991-92 campaign, including three starts, and averaged 9.9 points and 3.2 assists in 22.9 minutes per game.

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Armstrong lifts Bulls past Knicks to even series

Eastern Conference Semifinals | Game 2
Bulls 86, New York Knicks 78

Box score

May 7, 1992 (Chicago Stadium) — Already having lost Game 1 at home, it was reserve guard B.J. Armstrong who saved the Bulls with 18 points on seven-of-10 shooting, including eight points in the fourth quarter, and a key jumper with less than two minutes remaining when the Knicks had cut the Bulls’ lead to one point. The Bulls went on to win 86-78 and eventually triumphed in a seven-game series.

Michael Jordan’s 27 points led all scorers in that Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 2, while Horace Grant added a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds.

>> Top 20 moments of the 1991-92 season: No. 10 - Jordan scores 56 as Bulls sweep Heat
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1991-92 Chicago Bulls championship season

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