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[post_page_title]Charles Oakley [/post_page_title]
While he was technically drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 1985 draft, his rights were traded to the Bulls. His main task was to be a physical force for the team, and to “protect” MJ against some of the more physical defenders and teams back in the late 1980’s. Oakley provided a boost on both sides of the floor, and he was the league’s second-leading rebounder for two consecutive seasons, from 1986-1988. While he wasn’t a part of any of the Bulls’ championship runs, his career accomplishments still deserve to land him on this list.

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