Movin’ On Up: Bulls All-Time Statistics Projections part 3 Reviewed by Momizat on . ...continued from part one (part 2)   Conclusion Points: Michael Jordan 29277 31.5 Scottie Pippen 15123 17.7 Bob Love 12623 21.3 Jerry Sloan 10233 14.7 Che ...continued from part one (part 2)   Conclusion Points: Michael Jordan 29277 31.5 Scottie Pippen 15123 17.7 Bob Love 12623 21.3 Jerry Sloan 10233 14.7 Che Rating:
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Movin’ On Up: Bulls All-Time Statistics Projections part 3

…continued from part one (part 2)

 

Conclusion

Points:

Michael Jordan 29277 31.5
Scottie Pippen 15123 17.7
Bob Love 12623 21.3
Jerry Sloan 10233 14.7
Chet Walker 9788 20.6
Artis Gilmore 9288 19.3
Luol Deng 8611 16
Reggie Theus 8276 18.8
Ben Gordon 7372 18.5
Kirk Hinrich 6902 16.5
Derrick Rose
5858 21

Players in Bold are active and on the roster, and players in Italics are active but on another team.

 

In the 2012-13 season we will see Kirk move up some of these lists. Luol should too, depending if he plays this season. Luol is still very young, so he has a lot of potential in all categories to wind up in the top 5 of every all-time Bulls category, unless he’s traded away or leaves the team via free agency.

Rose has a ways to go, but he is making fast progress in certain areas. Nearly all offensive categories and turnovers. Hopefully everything works out with his current recovery, so we can continue to witness his game evolve.

 

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