According to Chicago Sun-Times writer Joe Cowley, Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen is concerned about his future. Boylen joined the Chicago Bulls as an assistant coach during the 2015-16 NBA season when Fred Hoiberg picked his staff in his first year as head coach.
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|2017-18||NBA||CHI||Associate Head Coach|
|2018-19||NBA||CHI||Associate Head Coach|
When Hoiberg was fired during the 2018-19 season, Boylen was appointed the new head coach. Over two years, Boylen touts a 39-84 record and has become a laughing stock locally and around the NBA. Between practices after back-to-back games, a time clock, and his hard-headed attitude, players and fans alike lost respect for him.
With the hiring of Arturas Karnisovas, the Chicago Bulls are likely to undergo major changes. From a new GM, coaching staff, and training staff, look for this team to be built from the ground up. When Karnisovas was hired, reports indicated that he will have full control over personnel decisions. Gar Forman and John Paxson are not reportedly not safe and fans have to assume the same is the case for Jim Boylen.
Change is coming, Bulls fans. Strap in and get ready for a wild ride.
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