Breaking Down Tom Thibodeau's Ideal 4-Year Plan for the Chicago Bulls

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Breaking Down Tom Thibodeau's Ideal 4-Year Plan for the Chicago Bulls
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Tom Thibodeau will be the coach of the Chicago Bulls for at least the next four years. After his first two years, it's bound to be a promising four years considering that he became the first coach in NBA history to lead the league in wins his first two seasons as a head coach. 

Granted, he's probably not going to do that all four years. 

It will be a challenge for Thibodeau and the Bulls, as each year, there will be a dual challenge. First, he'll be expected to keep the Bulls in contention for a title. Second, he'll be expected to do so with a team that will be in transition this year, and again over the next two to three years. 

Here is a year-by-year blueprint of how he can do that starting with this season and then projecting goals for each of the following four for which he is under contract. 

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