The Greatest Chicago Bulls of All Time

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Please rank the players based only on their time with the Bulls

Who is the best Chicago Bulls player of all time? Some may say a list of Chicago Bulls' best players was obviously made for MJ, #23, Mr. Clutch, Air Jordan, The Judge, Your Royal Airness, Ready For Takeoff. Michael Jordan may be the undisputed owner of the title of the greatest Chicago Bulls player of all time (as well as that of one of the best athletes of all time), but what of the rest of the players in the storied Bulls franchise? Think of the best Bulls team in history - which year was it the best and who made the team? While #23 will likely always hold claim to the #1 spot, there are dozens of other basketball players who belong on this list ranking the best Bulls players of all time. After all, Jordan was just one player on maybe the most famous lineup in NBA history, full of 90s legends who could be on any dream team.

Former Chicago Bulls players like Scottie Pippen and Jerry Sloan are some of the greatest NBA players of all time, so there really is cause to look at the rest of the men who made, and continue to make, the Chicago Bulls one of the best sports franchises of all time. If you don't see your favorite Chicago Bulls player on this all time roster, vote them up near the top of this list of the best Chicago Bulls of all time.

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  • Michael Jordan
    Shooting guard
    7,175 votes
    • Birthplace: New York City, New York

    Arguably the greatest player to ever grace the NBA hardwood, Michael Jordan transcended the sport with his unrivaled athleticism, killer instinct, and extraordinary ability to perform under pressure. His tenacious work ethic and unparalleled competitive spirit elevated him to legendary status, captivating fans around the globe and raising the bar for what it means to be an elite basketball player. With six championships under his belt, the impact of "His Airness" reverberates through time as countless players continue to emulate his style, intensity, and unwavering dedication to the game.

  • Scottie Pippen
    Small forward
    5,650 votes
    • Birthplace: Hamburg, Arkansas

    The quintessential sidekick to Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen's all-around game, impeccable defensive prowess, and unselfish play solidified his place among Chicago Bulls royalty. Instrumental in the Bulls' six titles, Pippen's versatility allowed him to excel at numerous positions on the court and change the landscape of the game with his combination of size, skill, and athleticism. Often overshadowed by the greatness of Jordan, Pippen remains one of the best two-way players in NBA history and an integral part of the Bulls' dynasty.

  • Derrick Rose
    Point guard
    6,143 votes
    • Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois

    A homegrown talent and electric point guard, Derrick Rose's explosive athleticism and devastating quickness captured the hearts of the Windy City faithful. Injuries may have derailed his potential, but there's no denying the impact he had during his early years in Chicago, captivating audiences with his acrobatic finishes and ability to dominate games single-handedly. Although his tenure with the Bulls was marred by setbacks, Rose remains a symbol of hope and perseverance for fans who witnessed his meteoric rise and fall.

  • Dennis Rodman
    Small forward, Power forward
    5,088 votes
    • Birthplace: Trenton, New Jersey

    An enigma both on and off the court, Dennis Rodman's ferocious rebounding, tenacious defense, and boundless energy endeared him to fans and teammates alike. The "Worm" played a pivotal role in the Bulls' second three-peat, contributing a toughness and grit that perfectly complemented the talents of Jordan and Pippen. Unafraid to ruffle feathers, Rodman's eccentric personality and relentless pursuit of boards made him one of the most unforgettable players to wear a Bulls uniform.

  • Jimmy Butler
    Small forward
    3,844 votes
    • Birthplace: Houston, Texas

    Emerging from humble beginnings as a late first-round pick, Jimmy Butler's tireless work ethic and relentless drive propelled him to stardom in Chicago. Known for his tenacious defense and ability to carry the scoring load when needed, Butler displayed a never-say-die attitude that endeared him to both teammates and fans alike. Though his time with the Bulls came to an end, he continues to make waves around the league as a versatile two-way force and testament to determination.

  • Artis Gilmore
    3,003 votes
    • Birthplace: Chipley, Florida

    A towering presence in the paint, Artis Gilmore established himself as one of the premier big men of his era with his shot-blocking prowess, voracious rebounding, and efficient scoring. The "A-Train" anchored the Bulls' defense and provided a dependable interior presence that allowed teammates to thrive. Despite playing in a different era, his impact on the franchise is undeniable, and he remains one of the most respected and dominant centers of all time.