The Chicago Bulls look completely different right now than it did before the pause.
Right before the NBA season came to a pause, things were very annoying from the perspective of Chicago Bulls fans. Then, COVID-19 hit the United States of American and the season came to a sudden pause. The Bulls, at a record of 22-43, ended their year with an abysmal .338 winning percentage. Not only do fans not get to watch their team anymore, but the future is bleak whenever they do return. Most of us knew that if the league came up with a return plan, the Bulls wouldn’t be invited.
Well, not long into their earlier than anticipated offseason, they hired Arturas Karnisovas to be their new executive and vice president of basketball operations. He was coming over from the Denver Nuggets, where he was a major factor in getting them to where they are today. This all came after firing long time general manager Gar Foreman and reassigning John Paxson to a new role. This team needed to change things up badly and this was the first big step.