Pippen, Rodman, Jordan
The Chicago Bulls won three NBA Finals in three seasons with Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman and Michael Jordan in tow. The Bulls owned the 1990s, and won six NBA titles during the decade. Sure, the team was strong when it won its first three championships with Jordan and company, but it was far stronger in the latter part of the decade once Rodman arrived from San Antonio. The 1995-96 Bulls set the NBA’s single season win record of 72, breaking the Lakers’ record of 69. That record was broken by Golden State in 2016, but it stood for 20 years. The team was solid on both sides of the ball during its three-year reign. Since the departure of the three, the Bulls have failed to reach the NBA Finals. It was a dynasty the team hasn’t equaled since, and most likely, never will again.