Here is a fun one that I came across that I think could have happened. Rodman and Kukoc to the Suns for Barkley. http://articles.chicagotribune.com/...1170077_1_bulls-dennis-rodman-charles-barkley I don't know if it would have made the Bulls better. Dennis Rodman was an incredible third option. This guy here did a study on Dennis Rodman using a bunch of analytics and came to the conclusion that for what Dennis Rodman offers, he should in some all in draft be drafted before a lot of players that are conventionally thought to be better. Finding a 28-30 ppg scorer is a lot easier to come buy than a guy who plays excellent defense and can pull down 16-18 boards a game. I would recommend reading this link below. But the argument runs basically the same line in how in fantasy baseball, the number one or two best shortstop should be drafted very high since there is bigger gap between the very top shortstops and the rest of the field than in the gap between the best short stop and the best fantasy baseball player at any position. It is interesting but Rodman from this guys analytics is an outlier that only has Bill Russell as a equal comparison. https://skepticalsports.com/the-case-for-dennis-rodman-guide/ Toni Kukoc had a bit of a wasted career with the Bulls as well. He was probably would have been near an all-star, like third team all-star. The Suns would probably have been better off rebuilding with Toni and Dennis. Toni made about as much as Barkley, which I still can't figure out since Kukoc wasn't even a starter, so a trade from a money point of view could have worked. Anyways, I just love the idea of Pippen, Jordan, and Barkley just playing "eat my shit" basketball. Barkley still had some miles in the odometer so I think there would have been a good chance that what happened in Houston wouldn't have happened in Chicago. Jordan would probably get more nasty and trashy talky with sharing the court with "I am not a role model". It would have been awesome. Probably, more than if Pippen had been traded for Kemp, which I think would have worked as well for the Bulls. The only thing that I think maybe wouldn't let something like this work is that I think Jordan could have been overshadowed, especially his last year with the bulls, by someone like Barkley or Kemp. Anyways, its an interesting "what if".