From 1991 to 1993, Michael Jordan was instrumental in leading the Chicago Bulls to their first three-peat of three consecutive NBA titles. He was also the NBA finals Most Valuable Player on all three occasions. Jordan started his own legacy as the first player to win three consecutive finals MVP titles. He also created a legacy for the Bulls, who became only the third team in the history of the NBA to perform a three-peat. Moreover, during this time period of three years he also won two NBA MVP titles, clearly asserting his dominance in the league.