Welcome back to my list of the top 10 best Bulls individual season performances in franchise history! It's extremely important to note that no player can obtain more than one spot on the list and that this list is purely subjective. Also keep in mind that more than just stats and accomplishments go into consideration when making my picks.
#4 on the list for me goes to Artis Gilmore's 1977-78 season. Gilmore is undoubtedly the best Center in Bulls history and seasons like this really show why. In just his second season after the ABA-NBA merger, Gilmore continued his dominance and was the first player in franchise history to average over 20 points and 10 rebounds a game. Not to mention, he was 6th in the league in both rebounds and blocks and led his team to a mediocre 40-42 record. Without Jerry Sloan and Bob Love, Gilmore took the charge and did a really nice job. He was purely unstoppable down low and had the third best true shooting percentage of 60.4%. Not only was he elite offensively, but the 7'4 giant was a defensive beast and made the All-Defensive second team that season. He couldn't crack into the top 3 because of the accomplishments of the people in front of him, and the fact that his team was below 500.
-All-Defensive Second Team
What do you guys think about this pick? Make sure to let me know what you think and also be sure to try and predict who will be next!