Best: Chicago Bulls — Michael Jordan
What else needs to be said about Air Jordan? MJ made six NBA Finals and won the championship each time, being named Finals MVP in all six tries. He was a 10 time scoring champ and a five time league MVP.
He made the All Defense Team nine times and was recognized as the Defensive Player of the Year in 1988. Jordan averaged 31.5 points a game for the Bulls and, quite frankly, did anything he wanted on the court.
When the game was on the line, Jordan always came through. He was an icon on and off the court, and many would still say he is the greatest of all time.
Worst: Chicago Bulls — Tyrus Thomas
Remember when the Bulls drafted LaMarcus Aldridge with the second pick of the 2006 draft? Most Chicago fans don’t either. The Bulls traded the rights to Aldridge for number four pick Tyrus Thomas, hoping to pair him with Eddy Curry to bring back the glory days of the 90s.
The Twin Towers pairing never got off the ground for the Bulls as Thomas farted his way through four meaningless seasons, and Aldridge just played in his seventh All-Star Game and is still going strong.