Arturas Karnisovas. Bobby Webster. Chad Buchanan. Adam Simon. Those are the current candidates the Bulls plan to interview for a new lead basketball executive full “full autonomy for basketball
by: Delane McLurkin — Bulls Confidential 4h
The news broke Friday afternoon that the Bulls have intentions in doing a formal search to hire a new top executive according to Adrian…
by: Marty Fenn — Clutchpoints 4h
After years of fan frustrations and public outcry, the Chicago Bulls confirmed they were in the throws of looking for new candidates to run the franchise’s basketball operations. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported the Bulls discussed their plans...
by: Will Gottlieb — Bleacher Report 21h
John Paxson has been running the show as the Chicago Bulls executive vice president of basketball operations for 17 years. Sure, there have been some good times sprinkled in there, but mostly, it's been bad...
by: TJ McBride — Mile High Sports 3 Apr
For the newest episode of the Rocky Mountain Hoops Podcast, T.J. McBride and Kendra Andrews of The Athletic reminisce on the Denver Nuggets season so far.
by: Mike Singer — The Denver Post 3 Apr
The Chicago Bulls began a formal search for a new top basketball executive on Friday, and one of the primary targets is Nuggets GM Arturas Karnisovas, according to ESPN.
by: Adrian Wojnarowski, Senior NBA Insider — ESPN 3 Apr
The Bulls are now searching for a top executive who will have full authority on basketball decisions, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. John Paxson, the current executive VP of basketball operations, is expected to continue in an advisory role.
by: Bruno Manrique — Clutchpoints 3 Apr
The Chicago Bulls have started a formal search process to hire a new top executive with full authority on basketball decisions, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Ownership has discussed this plan of action with Executive VP of Basketball...
by: Shane Young — Forbes 3 Apr
With the 2019-20 NBA season currently postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it's unclear if a playoff format will take place. Which teams would be the most upset about losing the homecourt advantage component?
by: Marlow Ferguson Jr. — Fansided: The Rip City Project 2 Apr
Damian Lillard was the jack-of-all-trades in last year's Game 7 in Denver. The box score will never do it justice, but here's why it would be foolish to ov...