They were all past their prime... Your going off reputation...
The year after the Bulls last championship Rodman played 35 games total for the rest of his career... He wins a ring and all of a sudden he goes to another team and he is too old to contend... The very next year u kidding me
Scottie showed how good he still was playing 40 minutes with the Rockets and averaging a measley 14 points on a career low 43% shooting
Ron Haper was only out there for size and defense... He only played 100 games after the Bulls final year and very little production from him aside from his defense
Kukoc was good but only in that system he wasnt as productive everywhere else... The whole point is on a team with Jordan once Jordan learned to trust his teammates his entire team instantly became better than they really were... U cant ignore the fact that 90% of that team sucked balls after Jordan...
the best thing about their team was they all had a role to play, everybody di their job & nothing more
kinda like the 6ers team wit AI, them guys never did s**t their whole careers, well except mutumbo...aaron mckie??? eric snow?? tyrone hill? george lynch tod mccullough(however u spell it)
guys just had roles & did it thats what made them successful, its whats the bulls did with rodman kerr kukoc etc...nobody tried to do too much...thats when they were great but they go elsewhere & start playing differently, they didnt stick to their strengths like they were asked to do with chicago
u need 1-2 perimeter defenders, spot shooters, mid range guys that can defend the post on the other end, a guy that is a presence down bottom with blocks & s**t, & u need a slasher that can also play the passing lanes