90s - BJ Armstrong MIX by MISIEK




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Published on Jan 17, 2008

Footage from 1991-93
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Benjamin Roy "B.J." Armstrong, Jr. (born September 9, 1967 in Detroit, Michigan) is a retired American professional basketball player. As a starting point guard, he was an integral part of the NBA's Chicago Bulls dynasty of the 1990s. B. J. Armstrong had an illustrious career at the University of Iowa as the Hawkeyes' all-time leader in assists with 517. He also ranked third on the school's all-time steals list (178) and fourth in total points (1,705). The 6-foot-2 guard shot .443 (136-of-307) from three-point range over his four-year career and averaged 18.6 points and 5.4 assists as a senior. Armstrong received his bachelor's degree from Iowa in May of 1989. Selected by the Chicago Bulls in the first round of the 1989 NBA Draft, the 6'2" (1.88 m) Armstrong helped the team return to the Eastern Conference Finals after compiling a 55-27 regular season win-loss total in 1989-90.The following season 1990-91 he helped them win their first NBA title against the Los Angeles Lakers after winning 61 regular season games. In 1991-92 Armstrong averaged double-digit scoring while coming off the bench behind longtime starter John Paxson to help the Bulls win 67 games and their second straight title. In 1992-93 he locked down the starting job, contributing to a 57-25 record and the Bulls' third straight title. He also claimed the NBA's three-point field goal percentage crown with a mark of .453 on 63-for-139. In 1993-94 he emerged as more of a leader in the wake of Michael Jordan's retirement, placing third on the team in scoring. He was voted a starter in the 1994 NBA All-Star Game, finished second in the NBA in three-point field goal percentage at .444 while leading the team to a 55-27 record and a second-round exit from the playoffs. Armstrong finished third in scoring again in 1994-95 as the Bulls posted a 47-35 record, and with Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Toni Kukoc, led the team to the second round again.Armstrong was the first player chosen in the 1995 NBA Expansion Draft (via Toronto Raptors) and played for the Golden State Warriors in the 1995-96 and also the 1996-97. Four games into the 1997-98 season, he was acquired by the Charlotte Hornets, playing 62 games that year. He also played 10 games for the Hornets in the 1998-99 season before being signed by the Orlando Magic in March of that year. On August 30, 1999 he was again signed by the Bulls and played the 1998-99 season. Chicago Bulls Dynasty .

Chicago Bulls (1989-1995, 1999-2000)
Golden State Warriors (1995-1997)
Charlotte Hornets (1997-1999)
Orlando Magic (1999)

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