Chicago Tribune

K.C. Johnson: Bulls' additions of Wendell Carter Jr. and Chandler Hutchison fit coach Fred Hoiberg's philosophy

On one hand, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg's job has never changed - maximize his roster's potential and put his players in the best position to succeed.

On the other, this is a fourth straight offseason in which management's mandate has moved the goalposts, even if only slightly this time. At least both last summer and this one, it's happening with players who seemingly fit Hoiberg's philosophy.

"These are two very versatile players who I'm really excited about adding," Hoiberg said Monday at the Advocate Center, where the Bulls introduced first-round picks Wendell Carter Jr. and

Estás leyendo una vista previa, regístrate para leer más.

Más de Chicago Tribune

Chicago Tribune2 min. leídosAmerican Government
Editorial: The All-Star Game Moves, And Businesses Confront The Perils Of Politics
The new Georgia voting law, signed by Gov. Brian Kemp last month, has divided Georgians and other Americans along partisan lines, with Republicans hailing it as a victory for “election integrity” and Democrats condemning it as “voter suppression.” Bu
Chicago Tribune11 min. leídosCrime & Violence
Carjacking Victims’ Fears Realized As Chicago Fights To Control The Crime
CHICAGO — One woman’s Honda Civic was taken when she was held at gunpoint while picking up her son at a day care center. Another woman lost her Chevrolet Camaro after a day of shopping when she was pulled out of it and thrown to the ground and her ke
Chicago Tribune5 min. leídosCrime & Violence
‘I’m Trying To Hang In There,’ Says Mom Of Boy Killed By Chicago Police
CHICAGO – The person fatally shot by a Chicago police officer early Monday during what police said was an “armed confrontation” has been identified as a 13-year-old boy, officials said. Adam Toledo, of the 2700 block of South Millard Avenue in Little