Chicago Bulls promote Randy Brown to assistant GM position


Randy BrownThe Chicago Bulls have promoted Randy Brown to Assistant General Manager, NBA.com reported. Brown has also played for the Bulls during the 90’s.

Brown is entering his fifth season with the Bulls and has spent the last three seasons serving as the Special Assistant to the General Manager. He served as the team’s Director of Player Development during the 2009-10 campaign.

He played 12 seasons in the NBA, for Sacramento Kings, Chicago Bulls, Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns.

Brown averaged career-best 8.8 ppg for Chicago during the 1998-99 season. He holds career averages of 4.8 ppg, 2.2 apg in 17.6 mpg. He played a total of 655 NBA games, starting in 169.

Brown won 3 NBA championships with Chicago Bulls (1996, 1997, 1998).

The Bulls have also promoted Ivica Dukan to Director of International Scouting/Special Assistant to the General Manager, Nick Papendieck to Head Strength Coach, and also hired Matt Johnson as Assistant Strength Coach.

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