Fred Hoiberg Rumors

More importantly, it again signaled the reality that the belief this team can make a run for the playoffs with the schedule being the easiest of the contenders over the next two weeks is a fallacy—if the first 70 games is any indication. “For us to come out with that lack of effort at this point in the season is maddening,” Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said. “Look at the points in the paint, 70-30; that tells you everything you need to know about tonight’s game.”
At the moment—less than two years into his five-year, $25 million contract—Hoiberg has the unwavering support of Bulls management. But if past is prologue, he should be concerned. “Hoiberg’s safe for now, but you watch,” one of the coaching sources said. “With about a year or two left on his deal and they’re losing, you’ll see. Those guys aren’t going anywhere, and they know it.”