The Chicago Bulls are continuing to make moves to their front office, adding former Philadelphia 76ers Assistant General Manager Marc Eversley to their ranks. With the Bulls recently firing Gar Forman and bringing in former Denver Nuggets executive Arturas Karnisovas to head the new front office, Eversley will reportedly serve as the team’s new General Manager, as reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
ESPN story on 76ers executive Marc Eversley agreeing to a deal to become the general manager of the Chicago Bulls. https://t.co/WFcREkVd1W
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) April 27, 2020
Eversley was a member of the Sixers organization since being brought to the team in 2016 by Bryan Colangelo. In his time in Philadelphia, the Sixers became one of the premier contenders in the Eastern Conference. The Bulls will hope to emulate those winning ways going forward, as Chicago currently sits in the 11th place slot in the Eastern Conference with a record of 22-43 as the NBA continues to be stalled by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.