Bulls GM Marc Eversley shares why he believes in Chicago’s veteran core

The 2023-24 season will be an important one for the Chicago Bulls. The team may have added a few key pieces over the summer, but it’s more or less the same core running it back this year. How the team performs could dictate what happens in the future for Chicago’s roster, one largely designed by current general manager Marc Eversley.

Eversley became GM for the Bulls in 2020, and has presided over some of the team’s biggest moves. He helped reel in DeMar DeRozan, Nikola Vucevic, and Lonzo Ball. It’s been an ambitious era for Chicago, even if injuries and other concerns have prevented the club from making any sort of deep postseason run.  As such, there have been persistent rumors about what happens next for the Bulls.

For now, Eversley is focused on the present. He recently spoke to the folks at the Bulls Talk Podcast about his team, how he feels about the latest roster additions, and his belief in Chicago’s veteran players.

You can check out the entire conversaion over on YouTube, courtesy of NBC Sports Chicago.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire