Chicago Bulls: Franchise Four

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Earlier this week, Major League Baseball conducted a “Franchise Four” segment at their annual all-star game. The segment was based on every MLB franchise recognizing their four biggest icons. With that being said, here’s a look at the four biggest icons in Chicago Bulls history.

As I watched this week’s MLB All-Star Game in Cincinnati, it hit me that no sport honors the greats of the game quite like baseball does.

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The “Franchise Four” segment that Fox did for each franchise was fantastic. Some got to relive their childhood by seeing some of their favorite players, while the younger generation was educated on who their parents and grandparents grew up watching as kids.

When I took a deeper glance at things, I realized that the Chicago Bulls are one of the most recognizable brands in all of sports. Sure, one guy is a huge reason why that is, but Bulls fans are all over the world. Not many have a bigger fan base than the Bulls do. The franchise is rich with history and talent.

Here’s a look at the “Franchise Four” for the Bulls, starting with a few figures who just missed the list.

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