The Chicago Bulls may be losing one of their assistants this offseason. K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune is reporting the Bulls assistant coach, Adrian Griffin, may be up for the Portland Trail Blazers head coaching vacancy:
Bulls assistant Adrian Griffin joined long list of candidates to interview for Blazers' head coaching job Monday in Vegas.— K.C Johnson (@KCJHoop) July 17, 2012
Griffin played in the NBA for nine seasons, including two separate stings in Chicago. He has been a Bulls assistant head coach since 2010 and worked as an assistant with the Milwaukee Bucks before that. Former Bulls head coach Scott Skiles and current head coach Tom Thibodeau have both praised Griffin as being a potential head coach.
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