Like every team, the Chicago Bulls have had some great scorers in their history. However, for the Bulls the list is a little more impressive than others.
From Artis Gilmore to Michael Jordan, the Bulls have had a long-standing tradition of top talent in the Windy City. Here are the top 10 scariest scorers since the Bulls were created in 1966.
Grant may not have huge numbers put up, but his offensive rebounding and shooting percentage is astounding. He made his NBA debuted with the Bulls in 1987 and not including his rookie campaign, he averaged at least 12 points per game and shot over 50 percent from the field.
He left after the 1993-'94 season in free agency for the Orlando Magic.
B.J. Armstrong may not have giant numbers, but he is the second-most consistent deep ball shooter in Bulls history; knocking down 44 percent of his shots from behind the arc.
He also is 10th all time in total three point shots. Armstrong left for Golden State after playing for the Bulls from 1989 to 1995.
Ben Gordon may not have been the most consistent scorer, but he was definitely dangerous and scary to the opposition. He is 10th all time for the Bulls in field goals, second in three-point field goals and fifth in three-point percentage.
He definitely gave life to some average Chicago teams.
Bob Love has made the third-most field goals in franchise history. The only Bull to make more free throws than him would be none other than His Airness.
Jerry Sloan was four shots away from getting 4,000 field goals for the Bulls. Nonetheless, Sloan still has the fourth-most field goals in franchise history.
Yes, he's young and has a lot still to prove.
Rose isn't on any of the top 10 lists yet, but is definitely one of the scariest scorers in league history. This is especially true when you consider the fact that he has so much time to still improve.
Scottie Pippen is third all time in three-point field goals, and only Michael Jordan has him beat in total field goals. Pippen is arguably the best wingman in NBA history.
Artis Gilmore has the top field goal percentage in franchise history at 59 percent. He is also sixth in total field goals with well over 3,000 to his credit.
Steve Kerr is second to none when it comes to three-point shooting in Bulls history. He has the top field goal percentage from downtown in franchise history at 48 percent and is fifth in total three pointers hit.
Does this really need any explanation?
*I want to apologize. I forgot Reggie Theus.