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Tom Thibodeau

Tom Thibodeau
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach.
Tom Thibodeau was named head coach of the Chicago Bulls in June 2010. He has been an assistant coach in the NBA since 1989. This is his first job as a head coach. « Show less

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  • Bulls' Nikola Mirotic knows hard work lies ahead

    Bulls' Nikola Mirotic knows hard work lies ahead
    As Nikola Mirotic detailed his imminent plans to return to his family in Spain on Saturday and then work with his personal coach in his native Montenegro, Tom Thibodeau's left eyebrow arched. With the Bulls coach seated directly to Mirotic's right on...
  • Gasol, Hinrich, Anthony see Bulls as contender

    Gasol, Hinrich, Anthony see Bulls as contender
    An 82-game regular season and postseason slog, not to mention Derrick Rose's knees, will determine whether the 2014-15 Bulls are championship contenders. But at least one thing is certain: The players they pursued in free agency believe they are....
  • Pau Gasol looks like Spanish for Carlos Boozer

    Pau Gasol looks like Spanish for Carlos Boozer
    Stop me if you’ve heard this before: The best player on the planet is a free agent, but doesn’t choose Chicago. Another dynamic offensive player is a free agent, but doesn’t choose Chicago. And so, the Bulls settle for a big man...
  • Doug McDermott wants to earn all-around label

     Doug McDermott wants to earn all-around label
    The superlatives are flowing fast for Doug McDermott, whose smooth jump shot veteran NBA coach George Karl compared to that of Dell Curry, one of the purest shooters in league history. Just don't expect to hear them come that often from McDermott's...
  • Flurry of moves leaves NBA's Eastern Conference up for grabs

     Flurry of moves leaves NBA's Eastern Conference up for grabs
    Lance Stephenson leaving the Pacers for Michael Jordan's Hornets continued the evening out of the Eastern Conference that started with the Pacers' dysfunction down the stretch of last season. With LeBron James moving from the Heat to the Cavaliers, Luol...
  • Lakers win amnesty bid for Boozer

    Lakers win amnesty bid for Boozer
    Carlos Boozer has a new home and a new conference. Returning to the Western Conference he once dominated for the Utah Jazz, Boozer landed with the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday afternoon when the Lakers posted the highest bid in the amnesty waiver...
  • Commentary: Wizards have taken next step, now climbing gets steep

    The Washington Wizards have been led back to the playoffs by John Wall, their dynamic all-star point guard. Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas once was one, too. And just like Wall emerged as the most important player in the revival of the Wizards - they face...
  • Bulls dig deep to avoid 3-0 hole vs. Wizards

     Bulls dig deep to avoid 3-0 hole vs. Wizards
    WASHINGTON — Throughout this season, at points where matters looked most dire, Tom Thibodeau would cite the losses of Derrick Rose and Luol Deng and talk about the Bulls' fight. Never has that trait been more impressively on display than Friday...
  • Bulls collapse early and late in 101-99 overtime loss

    Bulls collapse early and late in 101-99 overtime loss
    Losing the first two home games of a best-of-seven series is tough enough. Blowing double-digit, second-half leads in both is even more demoralizing. "Demoralizing?" Joakim Noah said. Then, in the direct aftermath of Tuesday's shocking 101-99 overtime...
  • Wait, why were teams afraid to face the Bulls?

    Wait, why were teams afraid to face the Bulls?
    For some stupid reason, everybody in the Eastern Conference jockeyed to avoid the Bulls in the playoffs. Everybody except the Wizards, that is, and now we see why. They shredded the league’s best defense for 102 points and stopped the league&...
  • Lakers in no hurry to name a coach

    The Lakers might redefine the phrase "slow-speed chase." They are in no hurry to fill the coaching vacancy created Wednesday by Mike D'Antoni's resignation and are planning a long search with many candidates. George Karl, Jeff Van Gundy, Kurt Rambis...
  • Report: Anthony plans on testing free agency

    Report: Anthony plans on testing free agency
    Could Mike James, Lou Amundsen and Ronnie Brewer be crucial to landing Carmelo Anthony? If that sounds crazy, so once did the idea of Anthony leaving $129 million on the table to bolt the Knicks. But just more than two weeks before the start of NBA...