Sixers coach Brett Brown claims Jim Boylen is right fit for the Bulls
Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown knows a thing or two about the right fit. He went through some very bad years before things started looking up. But, hey, it was a process.
When it comes to a good coach for the Chicago Bulls, Brown believes that Jim Boylen is that guy, despite his 18-77 start to his first year on the job. This vote of confidence is brought via K.C Johnson’s Twitter.
Brett Brown said Jim Boylen is right fit for where Bulls are because of toughness, competitiveness and pedigree.
— K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) March 6, 2019
Brett Brown is once again correct in his assertion that Jim Boylen is good for the team, and the fact that Bulls star Zach LaVine said they are at a better place now under Boylen speaks volume about the work he has done since taking over from Fred Hoiberg.
After a very slow start, the Bulls are 5-5 over their last 10 games. Most importantly, they are in a lot more games now.
Only a few nights ago, the Bulls and Atlanta Hawks took a game into four overtimes. This was a match where Chicago was able to scratch, claw, and pull off a win.
Chicago is a place where the fans will get behind a team that reflects the city. Even though the Bulls are not the most competitive bunch at the moment, if Jim Boylen truly brings what Brett Brown says he does, then he will fit right in with the city.