Teammates of Michael Jordan That Hardly Made Any Contribution to the Chicago Bulls Dynasty

While the Chicago Bulls' Supporting Cast was solid when Michael Jordan was leading them, not everyone was at par. 

There were time MJ ran into difficult times when he wasn't surrounded by only greatness. 

So, who were some of the players that only brought down the MJ-Led Bulls. 

Mike Brown

 Brown only played two seasons for the Bulls. But even for that short duration, he wasn't productive or efficient. He played a little over 100 games and averaged only 4.2 points a game.

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Granville Waiters

The only highlight of Waiters career is his block on Karl Malone twice in a row. Otherwise, can you imagine a center that had a field goal percentage of just above 40? It shows how poor his stint with Chicago was.

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Charles Davis

Davis was also one of the many mediocre players the Bulls had surrounded themselves with back in the mid-to-late 1980s.  Averaging just 3.1 ppg, 1.9 rebounds, and 0.5 assists.

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Jack Haley

Bringing back Jack Haley for around the second stint with the team in 1995-96, the year MJ returned, made no sense. Averaging 2.2 points, 1.4 rebounds, and 0.2 assists was the most efficient Haley ever was in his NBA career.

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Bob Hansen


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