On June 14, 1990, the Detroit Pistons became just the third franchise to win back to back championships by beating the Portland Trailblazers 92-90 in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. Only the Lakers and Celtics had accomplished the feat before the Pistons joined the exclusive club. The victory in Game 5 was a a dramatic one. The Pistons controlled things early before the Trailblazers rallied late to put them up 76-68 with just 10 minutes to play. The lead didn't last long, Vinnie Johnson took over as he went on a 9-0 run that gave the Pistons a 77-76 edge with 6:35 on the clock. The Blazers still had some fight left in them, with solid pressure they took the lead back and found themselves up 90-83 with 2:05 to go. Then Johnson struck again, he went on another 9-0 run that nailed the coffin shut on Portland, his last shot came from 14 feet out with just 7 tenths of a second left on the clock. Since that day in Oregon, the Bulls and Rockets have joined the exclusive back to back titles club. Will the Miami Heat join them?