The Chicago Bulls have experienced a difficult 2019-20 season, but not everything has been a waste. Here are the three best things from this season.
For a struggling team currently stuck in rebuilding mode like the Chicago Bulls, positivity can be scarce. For a team sitting with a 22-43 during the hiatus, it’s been a long and difficult season. It doesn’t mean, however, that there aren’t reasons for optimism to be discovered. No, the quarantine from the coronavirus keeping the Bulls off the court is not one of those positives.
Perhaps the best result of another poor season is the prospect of a front office upheaval leading potentially to a new regime directing the roster and controlling the narrative. It seems likely that at least general manager Gar Forman will be replaced whenever basketball decision-making becomes a thing again.
In terms of on-court action, the cupboard isn’t bare by any stretch. It isn’t exactly full either. Injuries have wiped out a large chunk of another season, leaving the team unclear about what it has and what it doesn’t.
What they do have is a collection of young players who haven’t experienced winning in Chicago, but still are talented enough to paint a bright (perhaps dimmed a bit) future in the Windy City.
The results from this young group have been a mixed bag of sorts thus far, but since we’re focusing on the good things the Bulls have produced during the 2019-20 season, here are three of the best things that have come from the Chicago Bulls this season.