Kudos to the Bulls for winning their last 3 games to secure them a spot for the playoffs and set a date with the clevelend cavaliers. Whatever happens in that series doesn't really matter as long as they made it in the playoffs. We all know that the goal for this season is to try to make an impression for the FAs this summer, right?.
There are two most important things that the organization must address come off-season. First, to sign a big time free agent from the likes of JAMES (very less likely), WADE (less likely), and BOSH (likely). Secondly, is to get a quality coach. There are a lot of quality coach out there like JVG, Byron, Avery, etc. And this this the topic i want to bring up. As i browsed over yahoosports, i noticed an article about Doc rivers. Here is the link:
Doc Rivers is weighing his options for next season. He cited there family reasons, mainly because of his 2 two sons being a senior and his daughter, blah blah. I'm a bit skeptical about this one though. I guess Doc has sensed that the Celtics time is over after this season. Garnett is aging, Pierce and Ray are going to be free agents if I'm not mistaken. He doesn't want to go into rebuilding once again.
Therefore, what do you think of Doc Rivers as our next coach, if he does leave. I think he would consider coaching this Bulls team. He would be a great fit with this team because he is a defensive-minded coach and that's Bulls priority, right?
So share some thoughts on this or who do you think will be a better fit for this team.