The Chicago Bulls finished 2020 with a final regular-season record of 22-43, good for 11th place in the Eastern Conference. That season marked an end to an era. Bulls general manager Gar Forman was fired in April, John Paxson got reassigned to a senior advisor role, and head coach Jim Boylen was fired in August. These moves paved the way for previous Oklahoma City Thunder head coach Billy Donovan to step in for the Bulls. Donovan will become the 24th head coach of the franchise and begin his tenure in 2020. He will have an uphill climb as most players on the Bulls have less than three years of experience in the League. Zach LaVine led the Bulls in points per game last season with 25.5, Lauri Markkanen followed with 14.7, and Coby White chipped in 13.2. They seem to have a decent defensive team, but the Bulls were ranked 27th in offense. It should be an interesting few years without Forman. Bulls fans have been clamoring awhile for that firing.