Tom Thibodeau is reportedly not interested in coaching the Pelicans, Nuggets or Magic.
At least three Bulls starters ripped coach Tom Thibodeau in their exit interviews and said they'd avoid team facility this summer if he were still there, according to Dan Bernstein of CBS Chicago.
Bulls' GM Gar Forman stated during Thursday's press conference that Chicago will begin their head coaching search Thursday night, and the process will carry into the weekend.
Tom Thibodeau has been informed by the Bulls that he will not be retained as the team's head coach.
The Bulls players have been told coach Tom Thibodeau wouldn't be back next season, according to Sean Deveney of the Sporting News.
The Bulls are "giving increasing consideration" to firing coach Tom Thibodeau, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
The Bulls seem determined to let all three open coaching jobs get filled and then let coach Tom Thibodeau go.
Derrick Rose vowed to push himself harder than he ever has before this offseason.
Mitch Kupchak said that there was nothing to the rumors that the Lakers organization is reportedly interested in bringing on Tom Thibodeau as a head coach next season.
The Los Angeles Lakers will reportedly pursue Tom Thibodeau, according to Jordan Schultz of the Huffington Post.
Derrick Rose was affected negatively by Jimmy Butler producing his offense on Rose's side of the floor, according to Dan Bernstein of CBS Chicago.
The Bulls have Fred Hoiberg atop their board to replace Tom Thibodeau as head coach, sources told CBS Sports.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Taj Gibson's name could come up in trade talks.
Derrick Rose said that his body feels good and that he is ready to get back to work this summer.
Nazr Mohammed said that he plans on playing next season and is confident that a team will pick him up.