The Chicago Bulls currently hold a 19-35 record, and there seems to be no end in sight when it comes to their consistent losing. They aren’t just losing games, however, they’re also losing fans.
The figures shown in the Tweet above should grab Jerry Reinsdorf’s attention. Why? Because it’s costing him money. Fans aren’t willing to support the Bulls because the team is a dumpster fire. Maybe that’s why reports have come out that major changes could be coming to the Bulls front office.
Mike McGraw of the Daily Hearld recently wrote about the topic, saying:
“Maybe better news in on the horizon. Vice president of basketball operations John Paxson talked about getting Lauri Markkanen, Wendell Carter Jr., Kris Dunn, and Porter back from injury by early March and having a 20-game run at full strength to end the season.
Maybe that will happen. Maybe it will provide glimpses of a brighter future. The Bulls’ front office has been on a losing streak for a few years and a likely scenario when the season ends is they’ll bring in a new head of basketball operations. That was another reason not to make a significant trade this week.“
It seems like a lot of maybes and doubt. With that being the case, Jerry and Michael Reinsdorf are sure to take notice and finally make changes to this organization’s front office before all the fans are gone. The Chicago Bulls are one of the most storied franchises in NBA history, so if this continues maybe Bulls fans will finally get the changes they have been anticipating.