Bill Cartwright, who won two more NBA championships with the Bulls, is an assistant coach with the Phoenix Suns.
Jim Durham joined ESPN in 1992, where he has been lead play-by-play commentator for the NBA on ESPN Radio since 1996.
Phil Jackson is coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, where he has won five NBA titles in addition to the six he won while in Chicago.
Michael Jordan was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2009. He is the owner of the NBA’s Charlotte Bobcats, which he bought for $275 million in March 2010.
Stacey King is a color commentator for Bulls television broadcasts on CSN and WGN.
Jerry Krause retired as general manager in 2003, after helping the Bulls win six NBA championships. He lives in Chicago and Scottsdale, Arizona, and is currently a scout for the Chicago White Sox.
After six years as general manager, John Paxson became executive vice president of basketball operations with the Bulls in 2003.
Will Perdue lives in Louisville, Kentucky, where he is an analyst for ESPN Radio.
Scottie Pippen was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2010. He lives in the north Chicago suburbs and is an official ambassador for the Bulls.
Jerry Reinsdorf is chairman of the Bulls and Chicago White Sox. In addition to the six NBA titles won by the Bulls, Reinsdorf has a Major League Baseball championship: The White Sox won the World Series in 2005.
Sam Smith wrote a best-selling book about the 1990–91 season, called The Jordan Rules. He currently writes for Bulls.com, the official website of the Bulls.