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After winning 50 games the previous season and the first playoff series since Jordan joined the Bulls in 1984-85, it appeared the Bulls were taking a step back in 1988-89. Playing the Bucks shortly after the All-Star break in 1989, the Bulls were going along at 27-20, the same pace as the previous season, but with mounting internal problems.
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