Updated: May 29, 2008, 2:54 PM

Vote: Did the Chicago Bulls hire the right coach?

Doug Collins is 332-287 in three stops in his coaching career.
The Chicago Bulls, searching for a new coach since the end of their season, decided to go retro. They went back in time 20 years to rehire former Chicago coach Doug Collins.

Collins, currently a TV analyst, will join the Bulls five years after his last coaching stint. In addition to leading the Bulls, Collins spent three seasons in the mid-1990s with Detroit and two seasons with Washington. Every time he has accepted a new position, Collins has come from some time off. There were five years between his Chicago and Detroit stints and three years between Detroit and Washington.

Now, Collins takes over a team that entered 2007-08 with high expectations. However, the season fell apart for the Bulls, who missed the playoffs while winning just 33 games (one year after winning 49). Yet, after a long winter, the excitement is back in Chicago, with the team having won the draft lottery and now hiring a new coach.

But we want to know what you think, SportsNation. Did the Bulls make the right hire? Can Doug Collins return the Bulls to the playoffs? Vote now and let us know what you think!


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