Report: Boylen expects to return as Bulls coach despite new regime
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Chicago Bulls head coach Jim Boylen has told his staff he expects to return to the team next season, a source told the Chicago Sun-Times' Joe Cowley.

While Boylen has two more seasons on his current contract, the organization appears to be undergoing a significant overhaul.

Denver Nuggets general manager Arturas Karnisovas has reportedly been poached to run the Bulls' front office as the executive vice president of basketball operations. Should Karnisovas opt to move on from Boylen, it wouldn't be the first time a new NBA executive looked to put his own imprint on the team's coaching staff.

Since taking over following Fred Hoiberg's dismissal midway through the 2018-19 season, Boylen has posted a 39-84 (.317) record, including a 22-43 (.338) mark in 2019-20, his first full season at the helm.

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