New Chicago Bulls general manager Marc Eversley said that he has yet to make any decision on Jim Boylen's future, and that he will evaluate all staff and coaches while the season is suspended.
"It is really early. Coach [Boylen] and I did have a conversation earlier in the week where he called to congratulate me on accepting the position. Just like anything else in our staff, we are going to utilize our time to evaluate everybody on staff. Not only players, coaches but also people in the front office as well," said Eversley.
It was reported earlier this week that Adrian Griffin and Ime Udoka were front-runners should the Bulls part with Boylen.
Eversley added that he will hold off on making any changes until he meets with staff face-to-face.
"We owe it to everybody on staff to get to Chicago and meet them face-to-face. I think we owe it to our players to hopefully get to evaluate them in practice settings, in playing settings, and we owe it to our staff to see them in those types of setting as well."