WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Michael Jordan's historic 1996 Chicago Bulls team
This season, the Golden State Warriors won 73 games and broke what is arguably the most storied record in NBA history: the 72 wins by the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
Whether or not the Warriors win the championship, they will forever be compared to the Michael Jordan-led '96 Bulls, the team widely regarded as one of the best teams in sports history.
The roster featured three future Hall of Fame players (Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and Dennis Rodman), a future Hall of Fame coach (Phil Jackson), and numerous All-Stars.
While many of the players are still involved in the basketball world, others have gone on to different things. One player has become a volleyball coach, another is a media personality, and one even makes frequent trips to North Korea.
Ari Gilberg contributed to this post.
Michael Jordan won regular season and NBA Finals MVP.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He now owns the Charlotte Hornets and is a billionaire.Streeter Lecka/Getty Images
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Luc Longley was the starting center.Doug Pensinger/Getty Images
He's now an assistant coach with the Australian national team and owns a farm in western Australia.Basketball Australia
Dennis Rodman led the NBA in rebounds.Andy Lyons/Getty Images
He has recently made trips to North Korea in an act of "hoops diplomacy."Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
Steve Kerr was a backup point guard.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He is now the head coach for the same Warriors team being judged next to these Bulls and already led the Warriors to one title a year ago.Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
Scottie Pippen made first team All-NBA.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He's now working as a special advisor to Bulls president and COO Michael Reinsdorf.Jason Merritt/Getty Images
Bill Wennington was the backup center.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He's now a radio color commentator for the Bulls.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
Ron Harper was the starting point guard.Ron Frehm/AP Photo
He now makes public appearances at corporate, promotional, and charity events. He has said he's open to returning to coaching.Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images
Toni Kukoc was the Sixth Man of the Year.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
Kukoc now plays golf daily. He won Croatia's national amateur championship in 2011 and also serves as an ambassador for the Bulls.Isaac Brekken/Getty Images
Dickey Simpkins was a backup power forward.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He's now a scout for the Charlotte Hornets, a TV analyst for FOX Sports, and works as a motivational speaker.ProTips4U
Jud Buechler was the most efficient three-point shooter on the team.Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images
Buechler, who was a high-school All-American volleyball player, is now active in the volleyball world. His daughter is a star volleyball player at UCLA.NBA TV
Randy Brown was a backup point guard.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
He's now the assistant general manager for the Bulls.Bulls.com
Jason Caffey was a backup power forward.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
Caffey got into legal trouble after he retired. In 2009 he went on Dr. Phil to defend himself against allegations that he wasn't properly paying child support.Dr. Phil
James Edwards was a backup center.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
Edwards is currently retired and living in Southfield, Michigan.iKonnect
John Salley, left, was a backup power forward.Mike Blake/Reuters
He became a media personality after he retired, most famously hosting "The Best Damn Sports Show Period" on Fox Sports. Now he serves as an analyst on ESPN Radio.Jonathan Leibson/Getty Images
John Paxson was a first-year assistant coach with the team.Getty Images
He is now the vice president of basketball operations for the Bulls.Charles Cherney/AP Photo
Tex Winter was in his 12th year as an assistant coach with the Bulls.Know Bull
After suffering a stroke in 2009, Winter is now retired and living in Manhattan, Kansas. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011.NBA TV
Jerry Krause was the Bulls general manager.Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images
Krause was hired as a special assistant to Arizona Diamondbacks General Manager Dave Stewart in 2011.Fox Sports Net
Phil Jackson was the head coach of the Bulls.Michael S. Green/Getty Images
He's now the president of the New York Knicks.Maddie Meyer/Getty Images
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