Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and head coach Phil Jackson are the names most-mentioned when people talk about the Bulls’ 6 championships in the 1990s. But assistant coach Tex Winter was just as important to that dynasty. The hall-of-famer died yesterday at the age of 96. WBEZ sports contributor Cheryl Raye Stout was at just about every practice, every game, and every victory during those glory years and knew Tex well. Cheryl, along with Chicago Tribune Bulls beat writer KC Johnson remember the legendary coach and his 60+ year career.