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Michael Jordan, who soared over the competition while leading the Chicago Bulls to 6 NBA championship titles, is the franchise’s all-time leader in Win Shares with 204.5 for his career. Among Jordan’s countless career highlights, the Hall of Famer was a five-time NBA MVP, 10-time scoring champion, 14-time All Star (12 times with the Bulls), and six-time Finals MVP.

BULLS ALL-TIME TOP FIVE

Michael Jordan leads Chicago Bulls all-time top five by Win Shares

After Jordan, the next biggest contributors to the Bulls by Win Shares are forward Scottie Pippen (99.7), forward Chet Walker (67.0), center Artis Gilmore (66.5), and forward Horace Grant (62.4).

The second team of Bulls legends, as measured by Win Share totals, is led by Luol Deng (58.4), who was a two-time All Star in Chicago. He is joined by Joakim Noah (57.3), Jimmy Butler (49.3), Bob Love (48.2) and Jerry Sloan (48.1).

The Bulls all-time top five players’ stats that follow, reflect only those numbers accrued over their time with the franchise…

UPDATED August 12, 2019

MICHAEL JORDAN: 1984-93, 1994-98

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .274

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SCOTTIE PIPPEN: 1987-2004

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .158

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CHET WALKER: 1969-75

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .204

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ARTIS GILMORE: 1976-82

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .190

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HORACE GRANT: 1987-94

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Win Shares Per 48 Minutes: .164