Ranking Michael Jordan’s best Bulls teammates

[post_page_title]BJ Armstrong [/post_page_title]
A first round selection by Chicago in the 1989 NBA Draft, Armstrong was incredibly talented. While he took a backseat to Jordan in the early part of his career, he was still able to add value to the Bulls during their first three-peat. He had a great three-point shot, and was able to create plays with his athleticism. Naturally, he flourished when MJ left the game to play baseball, but he never materialized to the kind of player some expected him to become.

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