Bulls officially name assistants, Randy Brown moves to bench


The Bulls officially announced their assistant coaches Tuesday, including Randy Brown moving from the front office to Fred Hoiberg's bench.

Like Hoiberg, Brown has spent time as both a player and front-office member in the NBA. He was hired by the Bulls in 2009 as director of player development before being named special assistant to the general manager in 2010. He held that position until 2013, when he was promoted to assistant general manager. He also spent two seasons as an assistant with the Sacramento Kings. Brown, a 12-year NBA veteran, was a part of the Bulls' second three-peat from 1995-1998.

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Joining Brown will be Charlie Henry, who spent the last three seasons in Ames under Hoiberg at Iowa State. He was a graduate assistant in 2012, director of player development in 2013 and promoted to full-time assistant in 2014. In 2011-12 he was a video intern with the Indiana Pacers.

The lone member of the Tom Thibodeau coaching staff remaining in Chicago will be Mike Wilhelm, who has been with the franchise since 2002. He's been a part of four different coaching staffs, including Bill Cartwright's, Scott Skiles', Vinny Del Negro's and Thibodeau's.

Those three join associate head coach Jim Boylen and Pete Myers on Hoiberg's staff.

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