Founded in 1966, the Chicago Bulls dominated 90s basketball, winning 6 NBA championships between 1991 and 1998 thanks to the dominance of arguably the greatest player to ever live, Michael Jordan.
Since then, the Windy City has had a distinct lack of success. Despite drafting home town hero Derrick Rose, injuries cut that short and now the Bulls are hoping another hometown product can help them to the playoffs.
Sean Guest revisits key events from NBA history, evaluating their impact on the players and teams involved. This time: Gary Payton
Buddy Hield and Zach LaVine shot the lights out, on their way to a unique shooters club