The Chicago Bulls are reportedly interested in Raptor’s assistant coach Adrian Griffin
The Chicago Bulls will eventually part with current head coach Jim Boylen and expected a thorough league search for potential substitutes.
As a result, the cops may be interested in Adrian Griffin, the Toronto Raptors’ assistant coach. according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
Griffin served as an assistant coach for the Raptors for two seasons, stopping in Milwaukee, Chicago, Orlando and Oklahoma City before coming to Toronto in 2018. Before joining coaching, Griffin played ten seasons in the NBA.
The bulls are among the 8 teams that will play again in December as they have no hope of entering the postseason due to their record during the resumption plan for 22 teams.
The unprecedented situation in the league gave Arturas Karnisovas, the new president of the basketball franchise department, the opportunity to start redesigning the culture at the Bulls Association early.