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5 Worst Decisions of Jerry Reinsdorf's Chicago Bulls Era

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5 Worst Decisions of Jerry Reinsdorf's Chicago Bulls Era
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Although the Chicago Bulls have won six NBA championships with Jerry Reinsdorf as the owner, the team has made plenty of bad decisions during his tenure.  

Reinsdorf has been the boss since 1985, one year after Michael Jordan took his talents to the Windy City. A trio of general managers have been employed by the Bulls since ’85—Jerry Krause, John Paxson and Gar Forman.

All three men have made wise decisions, but they’ve also made choices that leave fans scratching their heads. While Reinsdorf doesn’t come up with every idea, he has the final say.

One decision that didn’t make the list is the hiring of Tim Floyd, who compiled a horrific 49-190 record as head coach of the Bulls. Any coach would’ve failed with the expansion-caliber rosters the Bulls possessed in the late ‘90s and early 2000s.  

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