Zach LaVine’s hands are still smoldering from the fires he set inside the Staples Center last weekend, and yet that’s the guy some people say the Chicago Bulls should trade?
No matter the obstacles that stood in Crawford’s way, he stood tall and faced them head on while leading the Hawks to success in the 2010’s.
Now benefiting from clean bills of health and proven guidance, the Bulls are equipped with potential building blocks that could lead to this roster yielding much different results than its on-paper lookalike from a season ago.
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.
Diverse leadership sings from these two hires that provide the Bulls with an added amount of respect throughout the league while filling specific voids from the “GarPax” era in the areas of player development and player relationships.
Our second of two recommendations for the Bulls to fill their open General Manager position
Our first of two recommendations for the Bulls to fill their open General Manager position
Working for the Bulls is a devalued proposition in the NBA, having lost as much esteem as any organization could in the space of 20 years.
The Hawks have been struck and staggered by inconsistency and that unwanted quality made an appearance once again during their five-game road trip through Canada.