Zach LaVine opened up about the Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen and his future with the team.
LaVine praised Boylen for his effort, but said he is leaving the decision to the higher-ups.
“I’m going to keep saying the same thing that I always have. It’s not for me to judge somebody. I think he goes out there and does his best. I don’t think anyone in this organization or the NBA goes out there and tries to fail.
Sometimes it’s out of your power, your win-loss record or what happens in games. I know for a fact he tries, he’s does his best, and as a player that’s all you can ask for sometimes.
As a player I try to go out there, follow the lead, go out there and do my job, and decisions on things like that I leave that up to higher management. That’s not my role in the organization. I think you knew I was going to answer that correctly,” LaVine said, via Sam Smith of Bulls.com.