The Bulls are reportedly looking for a general manager to replace Gar Forman.
But the other half of GarPax - Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations John Paxson - apparently isn't going anywhere. And of course neither is president/CEO Michael Reinsdorf, son of owner Jerry Reinsdorf.
Evaluating individual members of a front office can be extremely difficult from the outside.
But Paxson didn't cover himself in glory when he effectively declared the Bulls, after going 27-55 in 2017-18, were done tanking. Chicago went 22-60 last season and is 19-36 this season.
The Bulls need an honest assessment of where they are. They're not good and probably not that close to being good. They have a few interesting young players - Zach LaVine, Lauri Markkanen, Coby White and Wendell Carter Jr. But even with a high pick in this year's draft, Chicago's young core isn't strong enough to assume it will rise into a quality team.
Though Paxson has supported Jim Boylen, the Bulls could probably use a new coach.
More importantly, they must understand that remaining at the bottom and securing more high picks is their best path forward. Drafting well would accelerate the process, but drafting is hard. Sometimes, you need more bites at the apple.
Of course, that will require a patience Chicago has rarely shown.