1. Kirk Hinrich

Cynics will have a hard time accepting him as the Bulls' best player of the decade, but the team's first-round pick -- No. 7 overall -- in 2003 led the Bulls in assists in his first five seasons. He's played longer this decade than any other Bull, and he averaged over 13 points. He also earned respect with his toughness and defense and was team captain for several seasons. (Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images)