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Chicago Bulls Extend Jim Boylen

The Chicago Bulls have agreed to a deal to bring back interim coach Jim Boylen for the next few seasons according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Boylen replaced Fred Hoiberg, who was fired in December. He agreed to a deal when Hoiberg was fired that went through next season, but now has a multi-year contract that will presumably keep him in Chicago longer.

He led the Bulls to a 17-41 record to close out the season, but they think that he is a good teacher to help the young team grow.

Boylen has experience as an assistant with Houston, Milwaukee, Indiana, San Antonio and Chicago.

 

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