In the history of the Chicago Bulls franchise, the amount of highly decorated multi-time All-Star selections is mind boggling. Especially in the last few decades, the Bulls had some of the most memorable players that competed in the All-Star Game year-over-year. That list namely including the Bulls all-time great shooting guard Michael Jordan and Hall-of-Fame forward Scottie Pippen.
But there was a lag over for the Bulls from the late 1990’s to the early 2010’s between All-Star selection. Jordan was the Bulls last All-Star selection until the 2010-11 campaign, where the eventual youngest MVP winner in NBA history and former Bulls superstar point guard Derrick Rose got the honors.
The number of Bulls All-Star selections started to pick back up throughout the 2010’s. That included three All-Star selections for the likes of D-Rose. Even other Bulls standouts like two-way small forward Luol Deng and defensive stopper center Joakim Noah received multiple All-Star selections throughout the last decade.
However, the latest All-Star selection for this Bulls franchise arrived on the night of Feb. 23, with the news that star shooting guard Zach LaVine would make the festivities of the game as a reserve representing the Eastern Conference. LaVine was one of four reserve guards announced on Feb. 23 to make the All-Star Game for the East.
LaVine is the first Bulls All-Star selection since 2017, and the first of this now four year long rebuild. But he is one of multiple names worth mentioning among Bulls All-Star selections since 2010. Here’s a look at three of the very best Bulls All-Star selections since 2010.