Michael Jordan’s best teammates in the NBA FinalsIt didn’t really matter who was playing center for Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls during either of their ’90s three-peats. Bison Dele, Bill Wennington, Will Perdue, the corpse of Bill Cartwright: Not only did these guys get rings thanks in large part to Jordan, they actually played sizable roles on some of the best teams ever. But the relative lack of center value during Jordan’s reigns didn’t mean his squads lacked talent; he also had the benefit of playing with two Hall of Famers and a collection of steady role players. Here’s our rankings of Michael Jordan’s best teammates in the NBA Finals.
20. Will Perdue
Because Jordan’s six Finals trips and championships came in an eight-year span with one team, this list isn’t exactly deep with talent, making this bottom spot almost impossible to pick. Perdue gets the nod as part of the Bulls’ center rotation for the first three title teams, from 1991 to 1993. His best Finals game was also his first one, when he didn’t miss a shot and notched six points, four rebounds, and a block in a Game 1 loss to the Lakers in 1991.