If the Bulls are truly interested in bringing in a fresh and well-respected voice to enact serious change as has been reported, then there is no better candidate than Masai Ujiri.
This All-Star weekend, Bulls brass should spend less time focusing on the festivities happening on their home court and think more about why they won’t be involved.
There’s a lot of maybes and not a lot of certainty surrounding all facets of the Chicago Bulls. Maybe that’s the hope – that maybe they’ll get lucky.
Is Jerry Reinsdorf finally going to make changes to the Bulls’ front office?
From a player who was fighting for minutes over a non-guaranteed player just a month ago to a reliable wing who is now setting career highs almost every night, the strides in Chandler Hutchison’s development as an NBA player have been impressive.
The last time the NBA All-Star Game was in Chicago, Michael Jordan was putting the Bulls on the map and turning the franchise into an international basketball brand. Unfortunately, this time the Bulls are merely the running punch-line of the basketball world.
From the coaches to the advisers to the executives to the owners, changes must be made.
The Chicago Bulls have a young core. They’re just not good enough to stay the core.
Last night’s Chicago Bulls announced attendance was 14,755. YIKES.
Hold everyone accountable, Jerry!