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NBA: Crisis meeting at the Bulls: “Fear and terror reigns here”

NBA: Crisis meeting at the Bulls: "Fear and terror reigns here"


NBA: Crisis meeting at the Bulls: “Fear and terror reigns here”

After the Chicago Bulls’ bitter 77-133 defeat to Boston Celtics, the team met for a crisis meeting. After a player session, player and coach Jim Boylen exchanged ideas.

This is reported by ESPN. Zach LaVine and Justin Holiday organized a two-hour meeting of the players during the night from Saturday to Sunday. After only three games, the new coach has already attracted the displeasure of some players due to his aggressive style.

After the Players-Only-Meeting the trainers joined in. “We talked like men about the current situation,” Rookie Wendell Carter Jr. said: “We were very, very honest and direct with each other.”

“Our meeting was what we needed, I think,” Boylen said after the show. Unlike his predecessor, Fred Hoiberg, Boylen does not shy away from conflict. “We are still learning from each other. The players will learn exactly what I want from them. There’s been some fear and terror here for the last seven days, but we’re working on it,” the coach added.

The Bulls suffered the highest defeat in their history against the Boston Celtics and could only win one of the last no games. In the night from Monday to Tuesday they receive the Sacramento Kings. Lavine said before the game: “We understand what the coach says in the media. But the most important thing is that we answer on the floor tomorrow.”

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