By Daniel Greenberg
Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg is facing a pivotal season that will decide his future with the organization.
Fred Hoiberg knows what’s at stake for this upcoming season. He is entering his fourth year of his five year deal with the Chicago Bulls. This fourth season will determine his future with the Bulls.
In his first season coaching the Bulls, Fred finished with a record of 42-40. In his second season, he finished with a record of 41-41, and last season he finished with a record of 27-55.
Fred’s first two seasons coaching the Bulls didn’t go as planned, and the Bulls decided to make some changes in the summer of 2017. The Bulls front office was getting sick and tired of being mediocre, and that’s when they decided to trade their franchise player in Jimmy Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves.
In return the Bulls got Kris Dunn, Zach LaVine, and the seventh overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft. With that pick, the Bulls drafted Lauri Markkanen. The Bulls have said all along that those three players helped them jump start the...