Brad Sellers somehow played for both the Bulls and the Pistons between 1986 and 1992 and did not appear in the Finals. That unfortunate distinction aside, Sellers most notable career anecdotes come from Michael Jordan’s disdain for Jerry Krause selecting him. The allure makes sense as Sellers was a 7’0” player who could stretch the floor more than most big men during his time. He was selected ninth overall and his teammates were not happy.
Over his three seasons with the Bulls he would start 118 games and average 8.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.4 assists. Horace Grant, the snitch according to Jordan, would end up playing him out of the rotation. He would then be traded to the Sonics for the 18th overall pick, leading to the Bulls drafting B.J. Armstrong.
Sellers would split the 1989-1990 season between the Sonics and the Timberwolves before going over to Greece for a season. He returned in 1991 to play for the Detroit Pistons in a limited role. He played his final NBA season for the Timberwolves the next year before going back overseas to play for eight teams from 1993 to 1999. After returning to the U.S. he would become a post-game analyst for the Cleveland Cavaliers radio broadcasts.