Bob Love

In his 19th season as a member of the Bulls front office, Bob Love serves as the Bulls’
“goodwill ambassador,” representing the organization at various functions throughout the
Chicago community ... Bob makes more than 300 appearances a year at schools, charity
events, basketball clinics and non-profit agencies ... he is an honorary spokesperson for the
National Stuttering Federation of America … serves on the boards of the Chicago Abused
Women Coalition, the American Cancer Federation and the National Brain Injury
Association of Illinois … released a documentary about his life titled, “Find Yourself a
Dream: The Bob Love Story” … embarked on a nationwide speaking tour to promote the film that documents his struggles
to overcome diversity and his stuttering disability to make his dreams come true … he was awarded two honorary doctoral
degrees from Carthage College (Humanities) and the University of Rhode Island (Laws) … nicknamed “Butterbean,” Bob
is a native of Bastrop, La., and attended Southern University ... his NBA career spanned 11 years -- eight of those seasons
with the Bulls ... on Jan. 14, 1994, Bob became the second Chicago Bull to have his jersey (No. 10) retired ... he was a three
time NBA All-Star and is ranked third on the Bulls’ all-time scoring list with 12,623 points.