FILE PHOTO: Mar 18, 2019; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen against the Phoenix Suns at Talking Stick Resort Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports/File Photo
The Chicago Bulls’ new leaders have gotten enough negative reviews of coach Jim Boylen that they are leaning toward moving on without him, according to a report.
The Chicago Sun-Times reported Saturday that Arturas Karnisovas, the new head of basketball operations, and new general manager Marc Eversley have talked to people throughout the organization, including players, and the “mixed feedback” is leading them to think the team should make a change.
The Reinsdorf family, which owns the team, and senior adviser John Paxson have said they want Boylen to stay, as have some players, the Sun-Times reported, but Karnisovas and his team were given the authority to make such decisions.
Karnisovas has been non-committal.
“My initial impression of Jim is he cares a great deal about this team…
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