Jim Boylen

Bulls center Wendell Carter Jr.
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Cody Westerlund
March 10, 2020 - 11:06 pm
As concerns mount about the coronavirus outbreak and the sports landscape has begun to be drastically impacted, the Bulls went about their business mostly as usual in a 108-103 win against the Cavaliers on Tuesday evening. They just know that could change soon.
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Bulls president Michael Reinsdorf
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Dan Bernstein
March 09, 2020 - 1:38 pm
Two developments happened in rapid succession over the weekend that combined to underscore just how much of a failure this season has been for the Bulls and how challenging the road back to relevance will be.
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Bulls coach Jim Boylen
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Cody Westerlund
February 25, 2020 - 6:31 pm
Bulls coach Jim Boylen has led his team to a 37-79 record in a tenure that started in early December 2018. That mark equates to a .319 winning percentage, which is the second-worst of any coach in franchise history. It’s also a figure that Boylen doesn’t judge himself by.
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Bulls coach Jim Boylen
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Cody Westerlund
February 23, 2020 - 5:38 pm
Unapologetic as ever, Bulls coach Jim Boylen on Sunday extensively detailed his use of timeouts late in games that have already been decided, a habit that previously drew eye rolls from outside observers but has now received pushback from his best player as well.
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Bulls guard Zach LaVine drives the ball against the Suns.
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Cody Westerlund
February 22, 2020 - 10:49 pm
Bulls guard Zach LaVine and coach Jim Boylen had a short postgame meeting to clear the air on a few grievances after the team fell 112-104 to the Suns at the United Center on Saturday night, which extended Chicago’s losing streak to a season-worst eight games.
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Bulls coach Jim Boylen
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Mully & Haugh Show
February 13, 2020 - 10:47 am
While the Bulls have troubles to address across multiple levels of their basketball operation as they sit at 19-36 at the All-Star break, one that glaring in the opinion of former NBA champion center and Radio.com Sports insider Kendrick Perkins is coach Jim Boylen's approach both on and off the...
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