In a move sure to stir strong feelings among Chicago Bulls fans, the team has reportedly agreed to a reworked deal with head coach Jim Boylen.
Boylen, who currently has a 5-13 record with the team since taking over for Fred Hoiberg earlier this season, will get a pay bump on his contract, and the deal will still keep him in Chicago through the end of the 2019-20 season, according to the Chicago Sun-Times and the Athletic.
Boylen’s tenure has been marked by several big controversies, including the decision to take Jabari Parker out of the rotation, and well-publicized pushback from players over the way the coach conducted practices.
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The Bulls will continue their road trip on Saturday night when they take on the Utah Jazz.