Photo by Garrett Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images plus a few rather odd interviewees There were already rumblings Tuesday night that Nuggets GM Arturas Karnisovas was the front-runner to become the Bulls’ new executive vice president of basketball operations, and that has only been made more clear on Wednesday.
Up until now, reports on the Bulls’ search had identified only current front office executives as targets, with Magic assistant GM Matt Lloyd and Clippers executives Michael Winger and Trent Redden among the other candidates.
Former Chicago Bulls forward Toni Kukoc was a three-time NBA Champion and one of the better sixth men in franchise history. One of the top sixth men to ever do it for the Chicago Bulls is the Croatian skilled forward Toni Kukoc.
The Chicago Bulls haven’t had a lot of success recently, but they’ve sure had some fun players. Here are the 10 most fun Bulls of the last decade. At the start of the 2010s, the Chicago Bulls were contenders.
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images the list is not limited! It’s good news that the Bulls are starting a search for new member of the front office, and better yet aren’t waiting for the season to resume (or not) to do so.
With a field of only 32 teams for Yardbarker's NBA "Team of the Century" tournament, it was inevitable that good teams wouldn’t make the cut. Brett Koremenos highlights the 2009-10 Suns and three other teams that were left out.