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John Paxson and his decisions

   A lot of fans here want to blame Paxson for why our team is doing bad. They sort of use him as a scapegoat for our failures. But I'm writing this post to remind you guys that it's not his fault at all.

 

   Alright, the bulls obviously need a big man that can provide a post presence and so that they could go to him whenever the guards or forwards were off. We as the bulls have had this problem for about 5 years or so. And so for the past 3 draft picks, besides Derrick Rose, Paxson has picked up big man who he thought could score down low, provide a post presence, and defend the paint.

   It may have been sort of his fault for not seing truly inside of them. But all of the bulls faults are not his. The real problem is the people who he picked. Tyrus does not bring it to the game, neither does Joakim.

  But guys, I REALLY hope that you will be patient. Everytime you go on here as fans, just remember that they are still young and that they are still growing. What do you expect out of a team with a rookie coach AND a rookie point guard.

   Pax picked up rose last year because he thought that we needed more time. And so, I'm asking you guys to stop blaming. And just be PATIENT. This team will grow, I know that for sure. They just need time.

   I appreciate all of you for spending your time on here because it helps me to know that I'm not the only fan right now that cares about the Bulls.

 

P.S. Thanks you guys, for everything, and most importantly for your thoughts.

 

Your fellow Bull fan...

Danny Park.

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