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Windy City Bulls Finalize Coaching & Basketball Operations Staff for 2017-2018 Season

By WCB OFFICIAL | September 15, 2017
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HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL – The Windy City Bulls, the NBA G League affiliate of the Chicago Bulls, have announced the remainder of the coaching and basketball operations staff for the 2017-18 season.

Josh Kreibich, Jannero Pargo, and Julian Terrell will join Charlie Henry’s staff as assistant coaches.

“We are very excited to add Jannero and Julian to our coaching staff as well as elevate Josh to an assistant,” Coach Henry said. “Jannero and Julian both bring a wealth of playing experience at the collegiate, NBA, G League and international levels that will be a tremendous asset to both our player development and game-planning this season. Josh’s experience in our inaugural season and his tireless work ethic will be invaluable in the growth of our team moving forward.”

Kreibich has been promoted to an assistant coach after spending last season as Windy City’s coordinator of basketball operations. Prior to his move to Hoffman Estates, Kreibich served as the director of basketball operations at Northern Arizona University. Before his stint with the Lumberjacks, he served as an assistant coach at Concordia University in Austin, Texas from 2012-2014.

Pargo joins Windy City after 15 successful years in the NBA, NBA G League and overseas. Pargo had stints with nine NBA teams and enjoyed his highest career averages with his hometown Chicago Bulls during the 2003-04 season, averaging 13.5 PPG. The Chicago native also averaged a playoff career-high 10.4 PPG for the Bulls during the 2005 postseason. Most recently, Pargo spent the 2016-17 season with the Oklahoma City Blue, the NBA G League affiliate of the Oklahoma City Thunder, where he saw action in 25 games and averaged 12.04 PPG.

Terrell comes to Windy City after spending the 2016-17 campaign as an assistant coach for the men’s basketball team at Austin Peay University. Prior to his time with the Governors, Terrell spent two seasons as the video coordinator at his alma mater, Vanderbilt University, working under coach Kevin Stallings. Terrell played for the Commodores from 2003-06, starting in 81 games and averaging 7.0 points and 5.1 rebounds per game over his career. Upon graduating in 2006, Terrell spent seven years playing professionally overseas before returning to Nashville to pursue a career in coaching.

The Windy City Bulls are preparing for their second season in the heart of Chicago’s northwest suburbs. Beginning in November, the team will play 24 home games at the Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates. The newly re-branded NBA G League will enter its 17th season with 26 teams who will compete in the 50-game schedule.

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