According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the organization has begun a “formal search process to hire a new top executive with full authority on basketball decisions.”
Woj and NBC Sports Chicago’s K.C. Johnson added that the team has already found potential candidates.
According to The Athletic’s Sam Vecenie, it’s a position that should appeal to a lot of front-office executives around the NBA:
It’s clear, though, that the Bulls need a change in leadership. The Bulls are currently 22-43, putting them eight games behind the Orlando Magic (30-35) for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference.