The wonder isn’t that Michael Jordan won six NBA titles as the unquestioned GOAT of the 3-point era, and perhaps of all time.
No, what’s remarkable is that he won so much with so little around him, a rather motley crew of 44 players (during his championship years) who were remarkable only for their lack of star quality. In fact, many of them overachieved rather than incur his wrath.
Jordan himself first referred to his teammates as "my supporting cast" not long into his career. Many considered the label to be cold and heartless, but what was this ruthless competitor if not, well, cold and heartless at times? The truth is, they could have been called far worse. Like "a bunch of Jo Jo Englishes and Ed Nealys," for instance.
His Airness played with exactly one future Hall of Famer in his prime. That would be Scottie Pippen, of course, also the only teammate to appear in an All-Star Game while he was on the roster.
And now, the best players of Michael Jordan's supporting cast.