Bulls assistant Del Harris will announce plans to retire from coaching today.
Harris, 71, worked one season on the Bulls bench after spending the previous eight seasons as an assistant with Dallas.
The Indiana native was a head coach for 14 seasons with Milwaukee, Houston and the Los Angeles Lakers. He was NBA coach of the year in 1995 with the Lakers and led the Rockets to the 1981 NBA Finals.
There was speculation during the season that Harris might stop traveling with the team next season, but he is expected to make a complete break from coaching.
Longtime Bulls assistant Pete Myers will most likely move up in the chain of command to replace Harris on the bench.