I’m looking for a reenactment of the Chicago Bulls glory
The Chicago Bulls have been going through a long dark period since the 2017-2018 season, failing to step on the playoffs for four consecutive years. In this off-season review, Chicago’s off-season moves, which had been a hot transfer market move to escape the dark ages, will be sorted out, and furthermore, the 2021-2022 season will be expected.
Long dark ages after the fall of the dynasty.
Before we wrap up the off-season moves of the Chicago Bulls after the end of the 2020-2021 season, we would like to take a look at Chicago’s splendid dynastic period and its long dark history afterwards. Chicago, once a basketball barren to the point of losing popularity to other sports in the same hometown, recruited Michael Jordan, a player who changed NBA history in 1984. He enjoyed a golden age by achieving two three-fit performances, three years from 1990-1991 and three years from 1995-1996.
Hana’s team, which recorded 62 wins in the 1997-1998 season, has only 13 wins in Jordan’s second retirement season, and has been eliminated from the playoffs for six consecutive years, including that season.
Since then, the 2010-2011 season, three years after Rose joined, by naming Derek Rose, the youngest MVP of all time in the league in the 2008 draft, seemed to be over, breaking away from the past glory and reaching the Eastern Conference Final. However, in the first round of the playoffs the very next season, Rose suffers a fatal injury, anterior cruciate ligament rupture. Tim has shown continued faith in Rose, but due to Rose’s continuing injury issue, he eventually chooses to part with her.
Due to Rose’s prolonged injury, he has been changing the team’s core to Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler for more than 50 percent of the time, but failed to achieve any significant results in the playoffs. In the end, the team sends Butler to the Minnesota Timberwolves as a trade, and brings Jack Lavigne, who is currently the team’s ace, as a counterpart.
Rabin himself has been steadily increasing his average score every year, but his team’s performance is not proportional to Rabin’s growth. For three years since the 2017-2018 season when Lavigne joined, he has only received the league’s lowest scorecard with less than 30 wins.
the beginning of change
Chicago has begun to make drastic reforms to break away from continued poor performance. First of all, after the 2019-2020 season, the frontline replacement, which had always been filled with complaints among Chicago fans, was carried out. He fired General Ga Foreman, who had been planting question marks in fans with unknown moves every time, and recruited Mark Eversley, an assistant GM for the Philadelphia 76ers.
He also posted former vice president John Paxon as an advisor to the club and brought in Arturas Carnishovas, the head of Denver Nuggets, to the vacancy. He also changed his coaching position, dismissing Jim Boyleen, who failed to produce any significant results in his two-season career at Chicago, and bringing in Billy Donovan, manager of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
In addition, the team also strengthened the team’s lineup. He succeeded in recruiting all-star center Nikola Bussevic during the trade period during the season. He brought Bussevich, then the team’s star along with Aaron Gordon, along with Al-Faruk Aminu, Wendell Carter Jr., Otto Porter Jr., and two first-round nominations. He then made a lot of changes in the existing lineup by making a triangular deal with the Washington Wizards and the Boston Celtics.
However, perhaps because of the sudden change and lack of time to work together between the new players, Rabin and Bussevic did not show synergy, and their final performance failed to reach the playoffs with 31-41.
After the end of the 2020-2021 season, Chicago did not stop moving. First, he succeeded in bringing in the New Orleans Pelicans’ Lonzo Ball, which he had been looking for since signing Bussevic in the last trade period. Thomas Satoranski, Garrett Tample, and part of the nomination rights and cash were given and a potential prospect guard was recruited. Chicago’s recruiting march didn’t stop here. Following the ball, the news of recruiting All-Star forward Derma Drojan continued. Players such as Alex Caruso and Tony Bradley also succeeded in recruiting additional players, and Chicago’s lineup became more solid. In addition, the team’s power is expected to be even thicker if Makanen accepts the team’s qualifying offer and stays.
Chicago’s squad change
Derma Drojan (S&T)
Ronzo Ball (S&T)
Alex Caruso (FA)
Tony Bradley (FA)
Al-Faruk Aminu (San Antonio)
Tedious Young (San Antonio)
Thomas Satoransky (New Orleans)
Garrett Temple (New Orleans)
Ryan Alcidiacono (Waiver of Team Options in Year 3)
Denbell Valentine (abandon bird authority)