Report: Bulls seeking input on potential front-office changes
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Chicago Bulls president Michael Reinsdorf has used NBA All-Star Weekend in his team's hometown to seek input on potential changes at the executive level, NBC Sports' K.C. Johnson reports.

That reportedly includes what one source described as an "empowered presence" in the front office, but any changes likely wouldn't result in the dismissals of current Bulls vice president John Paxson or general manager Gar Forman, adds Johnson.

Often derisively referred to as "GarPax," Forman and Paxson have worked together at the top of the Bulls' player personnel department since 2009. The pair have been criticized over the years for moves such as the trading of Jimmy Butler and hiring of former head coach Fred Hoiberg.

The Bulls are currently on pace to miss the playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons.

Report: Bulls seeking input on potential front-office changes
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