The Chicago Bulls were so good in the 1990s but it was all destroyed before they had the chance to properly pass the torch off to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Chicago Bulls dynasty ended after 1998 because of a messed up relationship between head coach Phil Jackson and the organization. Before that season began, Phil was told by general manager Jerry Krause that he can go 82-0 in the 1997-98 season and still not be back. Well, they did win the title for the sixth time in eight years and Phil didn’t come back.
The debate on whether or not this team could have won the seventh title in 1999 will forever be debated but the fact of the matter is that they broke it up and it was done. Michael Jordan retired again, Scottie Pippen was traded, and Dennis Rodman was released. You can argue all day long whether or not they would have gotten it done if everyone came back but it is what it is.