Head Coach Tim Floyd Resigns
Tim Floyd compiled a 49-190 record in four seasons with the Bulls.
December 24, 2001
The Chicago Bulls today announced that Head Coach Tim Floyd has resigned.
Floyd, in his fourth year with the club, said: “I feel it is best for me and my family that I leave the Bulls now. I want to thank the players for the effort they’ve given me. Chicago is a great city and its basketball fans will always hold a special place in my heart.”
Bulls Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations Jerry Krause said: “Tim, Jerry Reinsdorf and myself had several conversations over the weekend during which Tim expressed a desire to resign. We both sincerely regret but respect his decision.
We want to express our appreciation for his dedication and hard work. Tim has been a very important part in setting the rebuilding direction of the club. That direction will continue. Our goal to again contend for a championship remains the same.”
Assistant coach Bill Berry has been named Interim Head Coach.