Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine and power forward Lauri Markkanen aren't big fans of head coach Jim Boylen and the offense he runs.

According to Joe Cowley of the Chicago Sun-Times, LaVine and Markkanen's frustrations with Boylen's offense was pretty palpable during the 2019-20 season.

“Zach LaVine did have one of his better offensive seasons, but he still felt somewhat handcuffed and could have done more. The same can’t be said for Lauri Markkanen, who privately ridiculed the offense most of the season.”

The Bulls won only 22 games before the season was suspended in March. Chicago fans are hoping new president of basketball operations Arturas Karnisovas and general manager Marc Eversley will decide to fire Boylen and hire a coach who is better suited for a developing team.

LaVine averaged 25.5 points per game for the Bulls in 2019-20. He had a well-publicized spat with Boylen at the beginning of the season after Jimbo benched him during a game against the Miami Heat.

LaVine has also been seen on the bench with looks of disgust when the Bulls coach calls a timeout with the game already decided.

As for Markkanen, his 2019-20 season was very inconsistent. The stretch forward put up just 14.7 points a night while shooting 42.5 percent from the field. Most NBA pundits believe LaVine and Markkanen can be fringe All-Star players if the Bulls had a more competent coach running things.