I can’t believe the Bulls are looking to trade their best player, Jimmy Butler.
Thomas R. Barton, JD

Obviously, like we’ve seen with the Cousins situation in Sacramento, what the clueless GM says publicly is never what truly goes on; it would be ludicrous to shut the door on some good offers. They just don’t know what to do, and when they do act, it usually results in a net loss for the Bulls and somehow, akin to the terrible head coach, their jobs remain safe. I think they should just blow this whole train wreck of a team up; I’ve held this opinion since last summer. But the root of the problem? The front office and their appointed coach, who I wouldn’t respect if he were a high school coach, let alone an NBA one. Gonzaga, though? Not quite sure about that one, haven’t been keeping up too much with college ball, but I don’t think they’re as terrifying as some ‘analysts’ say they are.

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