Chicago Bulls: All-Decade Starting Fives

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Chicago Bulls: All-Decade Starting Fives
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Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan made the Bulls All-Decade team of the '90s.

Which current Chicago Bulls’ players make up the Bulls’ All-Decade starting five from this brief decade? What players would have made the All-Decade team during the previous decade?

The Bulls as a franchise is historically rich.Their NBA debut as an expansion team was on October 15, 1966 versus the St. Louis Hawks.

After starting their inaugural season in victory, the Bulls went on to post the best record for a NBA expansion team. They also qualified for the playoffs that season.

The Bulls have won more NBA championships (six) than any team except for the Los Angeles Lakers (formerly Minneapolis Lakers 1949-1960) and Boston Celtics. They have been division winners nine times, as well as being crowned the Eastern Conference champions six times.  

There were many great players who wore the black and red uniforms, including arguably the greatest basketball player of all-time, Michael Jordan. Selecting their best possible starting five from each decade is a daunting, but rewarding task as it offers us a deep look into the Bulls’ legacy.

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