After the Golden State Warriors blew a 3-1 lead in the 2016 NBA Finals, the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls retained their position as the best single-season team in the league's history.
Despite losing their regular season record, the Bulls have an advantage over the Warriors as they managed to get their hands on the thing that really mattered - the title.
So after 20 years, here is what happened to all 15 members of that incredible roster.
0 - Randy Brown
Brown left the Chicago Bulls in 2000 as a three-time champion, returning to the organisation in 2009 as their director of development. Two role changes see him now serving as assistant coach to Fred Hoiberg.
His playing career ended in 2003 after spells with the Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns that produced just 82 regular season appearances across three campaigns.
7 - Toni Kukoc
The Croatian developed a name for himself as a fantastic utility man, claiming Sixth Man of the Year honours in 1996 - the same year he won the first of his three titles.
Leaving Chi-Town at the turn of the millennium, he played for the Philadelphia 76ers, Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks before retiring in 2006. Since hanging up his sneakers, he has played a lot of golf and won Croatia's national amateur championship in 2011.
8 - Dickey Simpkins
After ending his second spell with the Bulls in 2000, the power forward bounced around teams throughout the world, joining 13 organisations in just six years.
He played for the Atlanta Hawks for a short period in 2001 and also played in Greece, China, Puerto Rico, Lithuania, Russia, Spain, Germany, Lebanon and the Philippines. He has worked for ESPN as a college basketball analyst and is also a motivational speaker.
9 - Ron Harper
He played with some of the best in the business; winning two more titles with Chicago before joining up with Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles to take his career tally to five.
Having retired in 2001, he had a two-year spell as an assistant with the Detroit Pistons from 2005 to 2007.
13 - Luc Longley
Another player to win three championships during his time in Illinois. Longley left the organisation in 1998 after being traded to the Phoenix Suns.
He spent two years in Arizona before a short stint with the New York Knicks. Retiring in 2001, he has been Australia's national team assistant coach since 2013.
22 - John Salley
Salley also joined the Kobe and Shaq Lakers as Chicago's '90s dominance came to an end. He retired a four-time champion in 2000.
He forged a reputation for himself outside of basketball as a television personality, playing roles in both 'Bad Boys' movies, among many other films, and presenting a number of talk shows. He was also on 'I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! (USA)'.
23 - Michael Jordan
There's no need to go into details. He led the Bulls to two more titles, retiring with six alongside a plethora of individual honours.
He only went on to become a billionaire, with one of the biggest shoe companies in the world, and the owner of the Charlotte Hornets. No biggie.
25 - Steve Kerr
Kerr won championships after leaving the Bulls, but it wasn't with the Lakers. He left Chicago in '98 for San Antonio, helping the team to their first-ever title in his inaugural season in Texas. He then joined Portland in 2001 before returning to win another ring with the Spurs in 2003 - his retirement year.
Since then, Kerr has been an acclaimed TV analyst, a member of the Phoenix Suns' front office, and an NBA championship-winning rookie coach with the Golden State Warriors.
30 - Jud Buechler
Another man to make his way onto the pine after retirement. Buechler played until 2002, calling it a day with the Orlando Magic after spells with the Detroit Pistons and Phoenix Suns following his departure from the United Center.
He joined the L.A. Laker's as an assistant coach this year and will work closely with their new head coach, and former assistant to Kerr, Luke Walton.
33 - Scottie Pippen
The second most decorated Bull in history - MJ couldn't have done it without him. He also left in 1998 and came close to winning another ring with the Portland Trail Blazers, who he played for from '99-2003. He returned to the Bulls in 2003 but didn't stay long.
He had short spells in Finland and Sweden in 2008 and has been enshrined into the Hall of Fame twice. He recently made cameo appearances in TV shows ''Fresh Off the Boat' and 'Chicago Fire'.
34 - Bill Wennington
Wennington stayed with the Bulls for the remainder of their three-peat before spending a season with the Sacramento Kings.
He retired at the end of that campaign before going on to become a radio colour commentator for the franchise where he won three rings.
35 - Jason Caffey
He played 57 times in the regular season, averaging just 9.6 points a game and did not play in the playoffs, but remained on the roster until 1997 to win two titles.
After that, he spent three years with the Milwaukee Bucks before calling it a day in 2003 after he was brought out of the remaining two years of his deal. In 2010 he was named head coach of ABA expansion team the Mobile Bay Hurricanes (now Tornados). He is no longer with the organisation.
53 - James Edwards
Edwards would retire at the end of this season, taking his ring tally to three after back-to-back successes with the Detroit Pistons in 1989 and 1990.
After playing 19 seasons in the league and being a 'Bad Boy' for some time, he has remained quiet in retirement.
54 - Jack Haley
Haley sadly passes away in March 2015 at the age of 51 due to a heart disease.
He only played once in the campaign but claimed his single title. He played in the CBA from 1996-97 before returning to the NBA with the New Jersey Nets for one season. He also served as assistant coach for the Nets and was a broadcaster for the L.A. Lakers.
91 - Dennis Rodman
Rodman became an integral defensive piece with the Bulls before playing for the Lakers and Mavericks up until his NBA career ended in 2000. He also played in the ABA and in Finland before a short spell with the United Kingdom's Brighton Bears in 2006.
He has been heavily involved in the media world since his playing days, appearing in shows like '3rd Rock from the Sun', 'The Simpsons', 'Celebrity Big Brother UK' and 'Celebrity Apprentice US'. His friendship with controversial North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un was heavily publicised. He also endorsed Donald Trump for the next US President.