Chicago Bulls: Four moves to fix direction of the franchise

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Chicago Bulls, Jim Boylen
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1. Find a Head Coach who can develop young talent

The Bulls may be sticking with Jim Boylen for now, however, eventually, he’s going to get fired and have to be replaced. The Bulls have young talent right now and will continue to add some to the roster via the 2019 NBA Draft, so the goal should be to find someone who can help the Bulls roster take the next step.

While it’s difficult to name who really can be the person that ends up developing talent for the Bulls, the team needs to do a thorough search and find the best candidate possible. One thing needs to be understood when looking for a young head coach: The front office needs to allow whoever gets hired to do their job.

Unfortunately, when the front office hired Fred Hoiberg, he was fired without ever being given a chance to transform the Bulls into the type of team that he wanted. To make things worse, Hoiberg was never given the players that Hoiberg needed to successfully run his system.

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If Jerry Reinsdorf is serious about having a winning product on the court again, then finding the right guy to help develop the young talent the team currently has is the best way to ensure that the arrow for the Bulls begins pointing up and not continue to point down or sideways.