Robert Parish had won multiple titles with the Boston Celtics during the 1980s, playing a key role as an enforcer down low, while also possessing a reliable jump shot. When he got around to winning a title with the Chicago Bulls in '97, though, the peak of Parish's playing days had long since passed. However, even at 43 years of age, he was still able to come off the bench for 9.4 MPG and help the Bulls grab their fifth title in seven seasons.