According to Joe Cawley of the Chicago Sunshine Times, there is still some uncertainty about the role that John Paxson will play in promoting the Chicago bulls.
The bulls should rent an office after the 2019-20 season, but now, with the coronavirus pandemic, it’s unclear when Chicago will be able to take that step.
Paxson is currently Vice President of Bull Basketball. Chicago general manager Gar Forman will be able to leave the organization completely after the restructuring of the front office, which will please the fans.
The Sun-Times was the first to thwart Rainsdorf’s plans for the weekend at the All-Star, and while sources told the paper last week that there is still some uncertainty about the role that the current vice president of basketball operations, John Paxson, will play in all of this, Forman will have absolutely no place at the decision-making table and will only balance GM’s title for his successor.
Paxson has been working with bulls since 2003. Chicago fans have wanted Paxson and Foreman fired for years, and it seems they can get what they want from Foreman, while Paxson’s future remains uncertain.
However, the chances that Paxson is still in the Bulls are very high. The new frontline officer may have a stronger voice than Paxson, but the 59-year-old will still be in the decision room.
Before the seasonal suspension, the Bulls finished in 11th place with a record of 22-43. Place in the east conference table. The Chicago striker was ahead with an average of 25.5 points per game.