Ranking Michael Jordan’s best Bulls teammates

[post_page_title]Orlando Woolridge[/post_page_title]
An incredibly talented player, Woolridge averaged 22.9 points per game in the 1984-85 season, when MJ was in his rookie season. Together, they averaged just over 51 points per game. He was perhaps most well known for his great dunking ability, and one of the first players to excel at the alley-oop. In 1986, he was also the last player to lead the Bulls in scoring, prior to the eventual dominance that Jordan reached.

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