Armstrong Resigns From Bulls Post
CHICAGO (AP) _ B.J. Armstrong has resigned as a special assistant to Chicago Bulls general manager John Paxson to pursue other opportunities, the team said Wednesday.
Armstrong spent five seasons with Chicago’s front office after an 11-year career in the NBA, seven with the Bulls.
He was the 18th pick in the first round of the 1989 draft by the Bulls and played on Chicago’s first three championship teams from 1991-93.
He was taken by Toronto in the 1995 expansion, traded to Golden State and played with Charlotte before returning to the Bulls as a free agent in 1999. He retired after the 1999-2000 season and joined the front office in July 2000.