Chicago Bulls Legend Chet Walker Dies at 84, Leaving a Lasting Impact on the Game and the City

Former Chicago Bulls star Chet Walker dies at age 84

Chet Walker, a former forward and Hall of Famer who played with the Chicago Bulls for six seasons from 1969 to 1975, passed away at the age of 84. The team has released a statement expressing their deep sadness at Walker’s passing and highlighting his lasting impact on the sport of basketball and the city of Chicago.

Walker was inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame and was a seven-time NBA All-Star during his career. He was also an inaugural member of the Chicago Bulls Ring of Honor, further solidifying his legacy with the team.

During his time with the Bulls, Walker showcased his skill and dedication, leading the team to never miss the playoffs. The Bulls offered their condolences to Walker’s loved ones and emphasized that he will be forever remembered as a true Chicago Bulls icon.

The details surrounding Walker’s passing have not been released at this time, but it is certain that his legacy as a basketball legend and beloved member of the Bulls organization will continue to live on in the hearts of fans and players alike.

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