File:Official Scorer's Report - Game 6 of 1996 NBA Finals.pdf
English: The official scorer's report for an NBA game between the Chicago Bulls and the Seattle SuperSonics, Game 6 of the 1996 NBA Finals. The Chicago Bulls clinch their fourth championship to capstone their historic 72-10 regular season and 15-3 playoff run. Dennis Rodman grabs a Finals record 11 offensive rebounds, tying the mark set by Elvin Hayes on May 27, 1979 and by Rodman earlier in this series in Game 2 on June 7. Rodman grabs 2 offensive rebounds in the first quarter, 3 in the second quarter, 2 in the third quarter and 4 in the fourth quarter. He scored 4 of his 9 points on two tip-ins. Seattle's Detlef Schrempf leads all scorers with 23 points. This game was played on Father's Day.
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|Author||National Basketball Association|
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