Decade Summary: Basketball as a business wasn't doing so well after the 1970s, as people hated the idea of a dynasty-less decade. But Magic Johnson and Larry Bird, drafted to the Lakers in 1979 and Celtics in 1980 respectively, turned it around. However, they would have to compete with the Philadelphia 76ers for titles, who featured Julius Erving and later Moses Malone, the latter of which left the Houston Rockets for Philadelphia in 1983, winning a title in his first year there with Erving. Still, Magic won five times in this decade, as he was drafted to a team that already featured Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and was later coached by the legendary Pat Riley. Bird won three titles of his own, but nobody could stop the Detroit "Bad Boys" Pistons of the late 1980s, who won twice with their physical brand of basketball. Within all these dynasties, Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls) and Hakeem Olajuwon (Houston Rockets) were selected in the 1984 draft, and each of them would make dynasties of their own in the 1990s.