Michael Jordan is pretty much universally recognized as the greatest basketball player ever. And rightfully so. During his 15-year NBA career, he averaged 30.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 5.3 assists per game while winning six NBA championships. So he is, without a doubt, the best player in Chicago Bulls history. There has never been—and never will be—a better Bulls player than MJ.

Who are the G.O.A.T.s for the NBA's 29 other franchises, though? For some teams—like the Cleveland Cavaliers, who have their prodigal son LeBron James back in the mix—the answer is obvious. But for others, you have to do some digging through the history books in order to make a compelling case for one player over everyone else. With the NBA season now in full swing, we decided to do just that and came up with our list of The Best Franchise Players in NBA History. Scroll down to see the 30 faces of the NBA's 30 franchises.