Next move for Thibs and Bulls remains a huge question

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After the Bulls lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 6, coach Tom Thibodeau was asked if he would be in Chicago next season.

Thibodeau said he planned to coach in Chicago until he was told otherwise.

Thibodeau doesn’t know where is going to be next season. Former Chicago radio host  Mark Carman said Thibodeau wouldn’t accept a trade and would rather sit out a season to wait for a better job.

Speculation about Thibodeau being traded is just that. There is a feeling amongst insiders that Thibodeau will not allow himself to be traded to help the Bulls and will wait to be fired even if it means waiting and missing out on the current openings.

Speculation remains that Thibodeau won’t be back in Chicago, but other than that, Thibodeau’s next destination is unknown.

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