Steve Kerr And NBA Twitter Don’t Think Fred Hoiberg Is To Blame For Bulls’ Struggle

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Steve Kerr And NBA Twitter Don’t Think Fred Hoiberg Is To Blame For Bulls’ Struggle

 

Yesterday, the Chicago Bulls surprisingly fired their head coach Fred Hoiberg.

The young head coach never really had a chance to coach a good team, because the front office wasn’t able to put one together. He leaves with a 115-155 record in three-plus seasons, a record that’s pretty much the best possible outcome with the teams he coached over that time.

His colleague, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr, also thought that Hoiberg never really got a chance and said:

 

“I don’t really look at it as anything difficult. I look at this as a privilege to coach great talent. I look at Fred Hoiberg today [who] was released by the Bulls. Fred never had a chance without really any talent to work with, to build something. I was blessed with talent from day one. An incredible amount of talent. So I’m privileged, I’m lucky and I enjoy every day of the process. So I don’t really look at this as anything taxing.”

 

NBA Twitter seems to agree with Kerr and mainly blame the front office, namely Gar Forman and John Paxson, for the Bulls’ struggle.

 

 

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