1984-1985 Pro season includes all 23 teams with each player that appeared in a game receiving their own individual playing card.
The season marked the arrival of a transformative talent in the league: Michael Jordan. Drafted third overall by the Chicago Bulls, Jordan quickly made his presence felt, showcasing his incredible athleticism and scoring prowess. His impact was immediate, as he won the Rookie of the Year award and became a marquee attraction in the NBA.
In the NBA Finals, the Lakers and the Celtics squared off in a highly anticipated matchup. Dubbed the “The Finals of the Century,” the series captivated fans with its intense battles and dramatic moments. In a thrilling seven-game series, the Lakers emerged victorious.
The 1984-1985 season also witnessed several outstanding individual performances. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became the NBA’s all-time leading scorer while the league’s scoring title went to Bernard King of the New York Knicks, who averaged an impressive 32.9 points per game.
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