Jim Boylen Installs a Time Clock for Bulls Players Because He's Insane
In case you're just checking in with the brand new NBA season, Jim Boylen is still the head coach of the Chicago Bulls.
And yes, he's still what we'll generously call old-school unconventional.
Despite this relentless ineptitude, Boylen continues to run a bunch of weird shit up the flagpole to see if it'll salute.
His latest innovation is a factory-style time clock located inside the team facility where the players are expected to punch in and out.
You know, for work.
Because that is precisely what a 20-something professional athlete wants to hear from his head coach.
Obviously, there's nothing wrong with trying to instill a work ethic, but pretending that your NBA team is working on an assembly line is just one blue collar metaphor too many.
Where does the time clock fall on the Jim Boylen spectrum? #Bulls— Rick Camp (@RickCamp670) October 24, 2019
Incredibly, his players seem to be receptive to the idea, results on the court notwithstanding.
Apparently, morale has significantly improved since Boylen pretty much alienated the entire team with his Gestapo tactics when he first took over.
However, Bulls fans are still somewhat skeptical:
I have watched alot of other basketball games lately and I found out what makes Jim Boylen suck at his job— Savageboy (@_Savageboy__) November 1, 2019
THIS BALD HEADED BITCH DONT RUN PLAYS
Blunt, but honest.
The Bulls are a very bad basketball team right now. 4 games in, 1-3, blown 10 and 18 point leads to Charlotte and New York.— Tyler Pleiss (@Tyler_Pleiss) October 29, 2019
There's too much talent on this team for them to be this bad.
And that's on Jim Boylen.
The Bulls get what they deserve for putting an intriguing collection of talent into the hands of a massive dipshit like Jim Boylen.— Will (@IAmWillMarsh) October 31, 2019
Jim Boylen is lucky he wasn't born 20 years earlier or he would've been killed by his own troops in Vietnam— As the father of a son (@BobbyBigWheel) October 29, 2019
Big Jim will probably try to incorporate this war analogy into a valuable lesson for his young team.