Billy Donovan shared Coach of the Year honors, as voted by his peers in the National Basketball Coaches Association, by virtue of his helping the Oklahoma City Thunder to an unexpected playoff berth this season. Can he repeat that feat with the Chicago Bulls in 2020-21?
On Tuesday, the Bulls announced that Donovan -- who mutually agreed with the Thunder not to return after his contract expired -- will be their next head coach. Chicago has spent three years in the lottery and finished seven games back of the Orlando Magic in the race for eighth in the East this season.
What will Donovan have to improve to get the Bulls back to the playoffs? How realistic is that? Let's take a look.