Bulls #10 is Bob Rolfe. Bob Rolfe is a very good basketball player. Born in 1942, Bob Rolfe is currently retired but is still performing his services for the Bulls, continuing to serve as the director of the social department of the Bulls. Bob Rolfe, a former professional American basketball player, was an excellent small forward who chose to retire at the age of 34. Let’s elaborate on the following.
1. Threeconsecutive years in the NBA All-Star team
In 1971 ~ 1973, Bob Rove was selected to the NBA All-Star lineup for three consecutive years. Since Bob Rove came to the NBA through the draft in 1965, he reached the peak of his career after six years, but the good times were not long, Bob Rove’s peak was only two or three years.
2. Elected to the second full lineup of the NBA Best XI for 2 consecutive years
In 1971-1972, Bob Roof was selected as the second full lineup of the NBA Best XI for two consecutive years. In the 1971 season, Bob Roof can be said to have ushered in his career peak, as the earliest batch of basketball players, Bob Roof can be said to have very comprehensive skills, and at that time, he gained a lot of fans, which became the highlight of his career.
3. Named to the NBA’s best defensive lineup for 3 consecutive years in the second lineup
1972-1974 3 consecutive times selected as the NBA’s best defensive lineup, the same for the second lineup, as Bob Rolfe’s career advanced, Bob Rolfe’s free throw approach also changed and became a defensive player, the same in becoming the best defensive whole. Bob Roof chose to retire at the age of 34. It can be said that Bob Roof’s career was not long and his stats were mediocre, but through the efforts of their generation of basketball players, more basketball fans around the world went to love basketball more.