Pete Myers: Chicago Bulls
Who replaced Michael Jordan at shooting guard when Jordan decided to play baseball? The answer is Pete Myers, and the year after Jordan retired was by far Myers' best as a pro. Of course, his numbers weren't quite Jordan-esque. Myers averaged 7.9 ppg, almost three points higher than his previous career-high. Once Jordan returned, Myers was sent packing. He'd return to the Bulls as an assistant coach in 2001, a job he would hold until 2010. —Johnny Goodtimes (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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