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            The Bulls can’t sell fans on a new beginning and then keep coach Jim Boylen

            If new basketball-operations boss Arturas Karnisovas wants to avoid taking two steps back when he walks into team headquarters for the first time, he’ll fire the coach.

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            Congrats and good luck to Arturas Karnisovas. Has he landed the Bulls a superstar yet?

            If the Bulls are ever going to play for a championship again, it’ll take a front office that can deliver the real goods. And, in the NBA, the real goods come with MVP awards and more dollar signs than nearly anyone can imagine.

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            Source: Bulls coach Jim Boylen is confident he’ll be back

            Boylen remains mum on all things Bulls, including the new-look front office and his own job security, but the head coach has let it be known that he has done everything asked of him by his soon-to-be former bosses and would like a sit-down once the new regime is in place.

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            Bulls hand keys to Arturas Karnisovas as front-office reboot begins

            The former Nuggets general manager is now the head of basketball operations for the Bulls, but the restructuring of the front office is far from over.

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            SEE IT: United Center packed with 774,840 pounds of food destined for Chicago food pantries

            In a stunning photo, nearly 26,000 boxes currently pack the floor of the Blackhawks’ and Bulls’ 上海11选5走势图 arena.

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            While blacked-out Dodgers fans finally get their channel, many Cubs fans continue to wait

            Might the coronavirus pandemic spur Comcast and Marquee to give people something else to watch? Probably not.

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            Bulls’ Zach Lavine and Sky’s Allie Quigley will be part of charity HORSE tournament

            Money from the $200,000 prize pool will go to charities working on the coronavirus response.

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            Mistakes were made? No, a sports columnist owns up in the active voice

            On Albert Pujols, the Cubs, Joakim Noah, Tiger Woods and much, much more!

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            Denver’s Arturas Karnisovas makes good impression in interview for Bulls front-office job

            Team president Michael Reinsdorf understands the importance of his decisions the next few months, and he continued attacking the organizational restructure that way in the interview process.

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            Source: Bulls executive John Paxson willing to step down from organization

            A source told the Sun-Times on Tuesday that Paxson has let the Reinsdorfs know that if they and the new-look front office want him out of the picture, he’s ready to leave.

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            Bulls’ front office restructuring already has more misses than hits

            The interview process started Monday with Jazz general manager Justin Zanik, but the Bulls might be haunted by the executives who pulled their names off the franchise’s target list.

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            The fascination with Michael Jordan never ends, even during tough times

            The sports world isn’t turning to LeBron James or Patrick Ma上海11选5走势图s or Mike Trout for comfort. It’s turning to a 57-year-old man in the third or fourth quarter of his life.

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            Player breakdowns: Bulls forward Thaddeus Young was finally broken

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the season they had, and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Young — a good signing idea turned bad.

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            Chicago sports teams proclaim ‘We Are Not Playing’ to promote stay-at-上海11选5走势图 orders

            The Cubs, White Sox, Blackhawks, Bulls, Bears, Fire, Red Stars and Sky all signed on with Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s new campaign.

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            Suspending skepticism and trying to believe in the Bulls’ attempt to ‘modernize’ front office

            The possibility of VP John Paxson and GM Gar Forman fading into the background sounds like the beginning to the end of a long nightmare for fans. But ...

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            Polling Place: Which World Series winner was better, the 2005 White Sox or the 2016 Cubs?

            Also: 1996 Bulls vs. 1985 Bears. And which "weekend" of the NCAA Tournament is best?

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            Player breakdowns: Forward Lauri Markkanen and the front office dilemma

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had, and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Markkanen and how the latest front office news will impact his stay long-term.

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            Player breakdowns: Meet Otto Porter Jr., the lame duck Bulls small forward

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had, and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Porter.

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            Chicago athletes spend quarantine like us: Posting on social media

            Here are some of the best posts from stars of the Bulls, White Sox and more.

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            Player breakdowns: Bulls’ Wendell Carter Jr. wants a position change

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Carter.

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            ABC/ESPN moving up Bulls documentary release date to April 19

            The 10-part series titled "The Last Dance," which follows the team’s 1998 title run, originally was set for June, before the coronavirus pandemic put the sports world on hold.

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            Player breakdowns: The ‘Bench Mob,’ they’re not — the Bulls’ backup guards

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up are the backcourt reserves.

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            Project CURE to host equipment drive at United Center

            With essential medical supplies running low due to the coronavirus outbreak, Project CURE, with the support of Illinois Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth, announced Friday its plans to host an equipment drive at the United Center this weekend.

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            Player breakdowns: Bulls guard Denzel Valentine is a rebel with a cause

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Valentine.

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            United Center to become ‘logistics hub’ for food distribution, medical supply collection

            The 上海11选5走势图 arena of the Blackhawks and Bulls will help Chicago in another way over the coming weeks.

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            Player breakdowns: Bulls’ Tomas Satoransky is his own harshest critic

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is the guy called "Sato."

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            Dennis Rodman’s path to superstardom was ahead of its time

            He was a hero of nothing. He had no cause. He had nothing at all. Except fame.

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            Player breakdowns: The Bulls will be Coby White’s team in 2 years

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is White.

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            Player breakdowns: Bulls guard Kris Dunn has finally embraced a role

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. Next up is Dunn.

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            Player breakdowns: Heck, yeah, Bulls guard Zach LaVine deserves better

            With the NBA season still up in the air, the Sun-Times will look at all the Bulls, the seasons they had and the upcoming seasons they could have, in Chicago or elsewhere. First up is the face of the franchise.

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            Bulls traveling party will self-quarantine through Sunday

            Because four Brooklyn Nets players have tested positive for the coronavirus, the Bulls have been asked to self-quarantine the entire traveling party through Sunday in the wake of their March 8 game in Brooklyn.

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            Bulls GM Gar Forman had a slow rise to power and an even slower demise

            Forman could do no wrong when he was named the team’s GM in 2009. By the time 2011 had come and gone, he was the NBA Executive of the Year. By 2012, however, the missteps began, and a seat built on paranoia and mistrust eventually led to his downfall. The demise of Forman has been slow, but it’s all but complete now.