Steve Kerr started a grand total of zero games during his 5 seasons with the Bulls. Despite that, Kerr was an integral part of the Bulls championship runs. During the final minute of Game 2 of the 1998 Finals, Kerr missed a 3-pointer, got his own rebound, and made the crucial pass to Jordan who completed the 3-point play. The play gave the Bulls the lead back for good and the Bulls were able to level the series at 1-1.
Kerr would go on to win two more championships with the San Antonio Spurs to cement his legacy as one of the great role players of all-time. Kerr started just 30 games his entire career. After a brief spell as a general manager and a broadcaster, Kerr took to the bench with the Golden State Warriors and currently oversees one of the great dynasties in NBA history.