Aside from Donovan’s coaching efforts this past season with a retooled Thunder playoff team — ultimately making him a candidate for coach of the year — his experience and presence highlights the true components in developing this new culture the new Bulls management is emphasizing right away.
With the perceived hindrance to player development and team success now discarded at the coaching level, the stakes have been raised as high as the United Center rafters.
Surely, the Cubs won’t find someone who can match the working class sage wisdom of Maddon, but should Theo Epstein find the right guy, then he will extend a precious window of contention.
WARR contributor Chris Pennant covers the Chicago Bulls and the NBA
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