As of right now there are no Chicago Bulls players in the Hall of Fame. This is because Bulls alumni Micheal Jordan and Scottie Pippen are not elidgable yet. Other possible Hall of Famers include Dennis Rodman and John Paxton.
His other # was #45 briefly while on the Chicago Bulls. He was #23 then when he retired #23 was also retired so he had to wear #45 until he was traded to the wizards
Nobody besides Michael Jordan.
Probably one of the best basketball players of all time.
Kobe Bryant is a current player with the LA Lakers. Michael Jordan is a previous player for the Chicago Bulls. The two played each other in 1997.
Depends upon the other signatures and the condition.
I hate to break this to you, but your chances of being drafted to the Chicago Bulls (or any other team) for the 2013 season are exactly zero.
Jordan Retro 12 is a model of shoe that is considered a retro version of sneakers that Michael Jordan once used during his playing days with the Chicago Bulls. The shoes can be found at Foot Locker, amongst other retail locations.
#23 for the Tar Heels, Bulls & Wizards.
Only two players were present for all six of the Chicago Bulls' championship runs, Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Dennis Rodman, Steve Kerr, and Ron Harper each received three rings for the later run (1996-98) and two additional rings at other franchises.
i would think so because i dont know what the other one is