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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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  • Snell has career-high 24, Bulls rout Kings, 104-86; Gasol records NBA-best 34th double-double

    A lack of consistent playing time can send a young player into a funk, but Tony Snell claims not to care how much he's on the floor. "All that matters is that I've got to stay ready," Snell said. "If I go in, just try to do the best I can. If not,...
  • After spurning Knicks last summer, Kerr coming to New York as an All-Star coach with Warriors

    Steve Kerr is smiling a lot these days. He can drive 15 minutes to watch his daughter, Maddy, play volleyball at the University of California. He can take a short flight to see his son, Nick, compete on the University of San Diego's basketball team....
  • Tip to Bulls: Soft and satisfied no way to go through NBA

    The Bulls got lucky in Orlando, but the surprise is that they admitted it. “Let’s face it,’’ Pau Gasol said after the 98-97 victory Sunday, “we got away with one.’’ Finally, a spasm of honesty out of a team...
  • Bulls' Mike Dunleavy, Tom Thibodeau reflect on loss of Dean Smith

    ORLANDO, Fla. — For Mike Dunleavy, son of an NBA coach, the decision of where to attend college came down to Duke or North Carolina. Dean Smith, Dunleavy recalled, got involved in his recruitment, sending him letters and sitting with him at a...
  • Bulls get away with one, edge Magic 98-97

    ORLANDO, Fla. — It's a good thing the Bulls are coming back to Chicago. There might be a warrant out for their arrest in Florida after they stole a game from the Magic on Sunday. "Let's face it," Pau Gasol said after the 98-97 victory. "We got...
  • NBA Coast to Coast: Hawks prove depth matters in win over Warriors

    NBA Coast to Coast: Hawks prove depth matters in win over Warriors
    The Atlanta Hawks climbed back to the top of the NBA standings by leaning on their depth and balance for a 124-116 victory over Western Conference leader Golden State on Friday night in Atlanta. Seven Hawks scored in double figures to outmatch the one-...
  • Bulls' 107-72 win their most lopsided of season

    NEW ORLEANS — It's a tired storyline, and Tom Thibodeau seems tired of talking about it. In a spirited defense of his defense before Saturday night's game against the Pelicans, the Bulls coach reeled off a bunch of statistics to counter claims...
  • Mike Dunleavy OK at shootaround, but still can't go in game

    Mike Dunleavy OK at shootaround, but still can't go in game
    NEW ORLEANS – Before the Bulls' Saturday morning shootaround, Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau sounded optimistic Mike Dunleavy would return from a right ankle injury, saying he is "moving great right now." Hours later, Thibodeau sounded exasperated in...
  • Saturday's recap: Bulls 107, Pelicans 72

    The summary The Bulls clobbered the Pelicans 107-72 to end a three-game skid. A night after the Pelicans stunned the Thunder with 116 points, they were held far below their previous season-worst of 80. Joakim Noah did a terrific job on Anthony Davis,...
  • Sources: Kings' talks with George Karl heating up

    The Kings are engaged in intense conversations with George Karl about their head coaching position, multiple sources have told The Bee. Assistant Tyrone Corbin replaced Michael Malone on Dec. 14 after the Kings faltered to a 2-8 record during DeMarcus...
  • Rookie Doug McDermott learning patience, as well as defense in the NBA

    Rookie Doug McDermott learning patience, as well as defense in the NBA
    HOUSTON — The gap between college basketball and the NBA actually is quantifiable. It measures 80 inches and about 225 pounds. Doug McDermott dominated at Creighton, a first-team All-American who led the nation in scoring (26.7 points per game) as...