Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade are all in on playing the recruiting game to add to the roster, but they await the front office deciding on a direction.
It’s the Bucket List — 10 observations on the end of a sad, stultifying Bulls season.
The 35-year-old has a $23.8 million player option for next season. He explained the process he will go through to reach that decision.
Wade said that the booing of Hoiberg during Game 6 wasn’t fair and that the front office needs to help its coach continue to grow.
RICK MORRISSEY: Four straight losses to the Celtics is exactly what the Bulls are.
The “Three Alphas” came into the playoff series against Boston confident and looking to pull the upset. Injuries and age had a much different idea.
According to a source, the front office has scheduled a postseason sit-down with Butler to let him know its commitment to him moving forward.