2013-2014 Chicago Bulls Thread

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  1. Jimmors

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  2. little bear

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    Reports: Lakers to ask Bulls permission to talk to Thibodeau

    Jim Buss knows who the Lakers bring in as a head coach is a defining hire for his legacy as the owner of the Lakers. In his first moves he has tried to make bold strokes to return the Lakers to championship status — trade for Dwight Howard, hire Mike D’Antoni (who has now resigned) — but nobody thought the chemistry through well and it all blew up.

    Now the Lakers are hitting a reset and rebuilding, and Buss knows he has to get this one right. The coach, the draft pick, all of it. So the Lakers are going to go slow and cast a very wide net to find a new coach — they are going to talk to everybody.

    Ideally that will include Tom Thibodeau, reports Dave McMenamin of ESPNLosAngeles.com.

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    The Lakers plan to reach out to the Chicago Bulls for permission to interview Tom Thibodeau, a league source tells http://ESPNLosAngeles.com

    Thibs is who Kobe Bryant wants, and it is an open secret around the league that there is friction between the Bulls coach and that team’s GM Gar Forman.

    But do you really see Thibodeau jumping from a Bulls’ team he has built in his image and one — with a good power forward who can score and a healthy Derrick Rose — that is a title contender, to take on a rebuilding project in Los Angeles? Thibodeau signed an extension recently, the Bulls may well not even give permission.
     
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    Since he is still under contract, it will cost the Lakers more than they have to offer
     
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    I feel the Bulls should go after 'Melo only if it doesn't mean the team will end up gutted as a result. Hopefully the front office is smart enough not to make the same mistake the Knicks did in getting him.
     
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