We can relate to Thibodeau and empathize with him.
“There has to be a situation where you can have open dialogue,” John Paxson says.
Reinsdorf showed he’s on the same page as Bulls management.
After five successful-but-rocky seasons, Thibodeau’s run in Chicago is over.
The end appears near for the Thibodeau-Bulls marriage.
The tenures of John Paxson and Gar Forman have constantly ended in disappointment.
There’s more than one way to look at Rose’s “Who cares?” line.
There’s no longer the funereal feel of Tuesday night. There’s hope.
The Bulls stated publicly that “the hope” is Rose will return this season.
Thibodeau is signed through the 2016-’17 season, but will he make it that long?
“We’re in this together,” John Paxson says.
Rose is still fighting to overcome an upbringing that valued the future over any current moment.
Tom Thibodeau doesn’t want to be a fall guy in the Derrick Rose health saga, Joe Cowley explains.
So much for the agreement forged between Tom Thibodeau and his bosses.
Team chairman Jerry Reinsdorf said the 60,000-square-foot Advocate Center, at the corner of Monroe and Wood streets, will lend to the continued revitalization of the city’s Near West Side.
It’s not about the rift between Rose and the Bulls. It’s about the impact on the court.
The Bulls will have more options but don’t plan to alter their identity.
Chicago is casting a wide net in the free agent market, but it all depends on Carmelo Anthony.
All a front office can do is build a stable, attractive franchise. The rest is up to the star free agent.
This is the beginning is something — which the Bulls hope is a big something.