Chicago Bulls: It’s time to hit the reset button on a problematic build

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The struggling Chicago Bulls need to seriously think about hitting the reset button.

Last season, the Chicago Bulls lost to the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Most fans believed they would improve with the team primarily healthy, but the reality appears to be the opposite.

So far this season, the Bulls look sloppy, while some players seem unhappy with the organization. Chicago currently ranks 12th in the Eastern Conference standings with a 10-14 record. More than a quarter of the way through the season, it may be time to have some important conversations about this team’s future.

The Chicago Bulls may need a fresh start

The Bulls came into the year with high expectations after losing to the Bucks in the first round. Last year, the Bulls dealt with many injuries, rarely having an entire team for a game. Lonzo Ball is the only player still injured from last season, but the team isn’t playing close to the season’s expectations.

It may be time to hit the reset button.