The Chicago Bulls have the third most championships (six) among NBA franchises.
On two separate occasions, this franchise has celebrated three consecutive titles.
The greatest player in NBA history plied his trade in Chicago for over a dozen years.
His sidekick was another of the NBA’s best-ever perimeter players. What’s funny is, all of this greatness took place over a decade and a half that was sandwiched between extended periods of mediocrity.
It’s bit strange-and a testament to certain No. 23-to see a franchise so consistently reach the pinnacle of the game over an extended period of time, while accomplishing nothing of note before or since.
In recent years, the Bulls have shown great potential and may change this thanks to Derrick Rose’s truly special talents, but the fact remains that there has never been a truly great Chicago Bulls team that did not take the floor between 1991 and 1998.