This article originally appeared in Talent Economy.
The 1995 Chicago Bulls season was a memorable one. The team won a then-record-setting 72 games, including the NBA championship. Michael Jordan’s return to the Bulls that year (after his brief stint in minor league baseball) was a big part of what helped them hoist the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy—his career average 30-points-per-game still holds the NBA record.
Steve Kerr was also on the Bulls’ 1995 championship team. While he’s not in league with Jordan, he had a strong NBA career—he even held the record for highest three-point percentage until 2010. Still, he’s known not so