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Bulls’ Kris Dunn out 4-6 weeks with MCL sprain

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The Chicago Bulls will be without Kris Dunn for 4-6 weeks after the guard suffered an MCL sprain, to team officially announced on Tuesday.

Dunn, who missed the first two games of the regular-season due to the birth of his first child, returned to action on Monday as the Bulls took on the Dallas Mavericks, and ended up playing a total of 30 minutes.

Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg told reporters Tuesday that Dunn suffered the injury in the second quarter of the game, but Dunn continued to play on.

 

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Bulls’ Zach Lavine Meets Privately with Jim Boylen

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Amid the division within the Chicago Bulls organization between new head coach Jim Boylen, who took over recently for the fired Fred Hoiberg, and a number of players on the roster, has taken another turn.

According to ESPN’s Malika Andrews and Ramona Shelbourne, Bulls guard Zach LaVine spoke with Boylen one-on-one following the players boycotting of Sunday’s practice imposed by Boylen, which they felt was excessive.

“You just want to be real with people,” LaVine said, per the report. “There shouldn’t be any clouds. I think of myself as one of the leaders on the team. I just wanted to voice my opinion to them.”

“This is a business, this isn’t a dictatorship. We are all grown men, so everybody has a voice.”

Boylen has said that he has spoken with the team regarding the purpose of the practice on Sunday, but it is clear that the dysfunction runs deep in the organization.

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Bulls Name Jim Boylen Permanent Head Coach

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The Chicago Bulls have named Jim Boylen permanent head coach following the firing of head coach Fred Hoiberg on Monday.

“Decisions like this one are never easy to make, however I felt this was the right choice for our organization at this time,” John Paxson, the Bulls’ executive vice president of basketball operations, said in a statement.

“After a thorough evaluation, I elected to make this move with the overall development of our team in mind. As a team, I believe it is imperative that we make unfaltering strides in the right direction and build the right habits to help put our players in the best position to evolve not only now, but into the future. I want to thank Fred for his dedication and efforts, as well as for his enduring commitment to our team.”

Boylen is signed through the 2019-20 season, paying him just under $1 million annually, according to ESPN.

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Bulls Fire Fred Hoiberg

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The Chicago Bulls have fired head coach Fred Hoiberg, the team announced on Monday in an official press release.

Associate head coach Jim Boylen will assume head coaching duties in the wake of Hoiberg’s firing.

“Decisions like this one are never easy to make, however I felt this was the right choice for our organization at this time,” executive VP of basketball operations John Paxson said. “After a thorough evaluation, I elected to make this move with the overall development of our team in mind. As a team, I believe it is imperative that we make unfaltering strides in the right direction and build the right habits to help put our players in the best position to evolve not only now, but into the future.”

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