Bobby Portis scored 22 points and made three straight shots during the decisive run late in the fourth quarter to help the Chicago Bulls roar back and beat the Dallas Mavericks 108-100
Improvement! Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis had about as tough a start to the season as anyone, considering the two fought before the Bulls’ first game. Mirotic suffered a fractured bone in his face from Portis’ punch and missed the start of the season. Show More Summary
Mirotic and Portis combined for 49 points as the Bulls won their fifth straight game, beating the Bucks 115-109
That’s quite a 1-2 punch. After starting the season 3-16, the Chicago Bulls have won four in a row, and their relative success in recent games has been a byproduct of an unlikely two-man group that has put out surprising results on the...Show More Summary
Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis have been impressive in the Chicago Bulls’ 108-85 victory over the Kyrie Irving-less Boston Celtics. Mirotic posted 24 points and eight rebounds while Portis led the second unit with 23 points, four rebounds, and one assist. Show More Summary
This can’t be a coincidence … right?
We have that and more in Tuesday’s NBA newsletter. Before the season, in what would become a symbol of the state of the current Chicago Bulls, Bobby Portis smashed teammate Nikola Mirotic's face. Mirotic just returned from recovery from that injury late last week. Show More Summary
Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis showed they can at least co-exist on the court, combining for 47 points in the Bulls' surprise rout of the Celtics.
Sometimes you have to laugh through last place Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis have had an interesting season. Here’s a quick summary of their beef which includes throwing hands, Mirotic ending up in the hospital and them not speaking to each other for a little while. In the Bulls big win against the Celtics, the two had a moment. Show More Summary
Nikola Mirotic scored 24, Bobby Portis added a career-high 23 points and the Chicago Bulls blew out Boston 108-85 with Celtics star Kyrie Irving sidelined because of a bruised left quadriceps
Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis showed they can coexist on the court, combining for 47 points in the Bulls' surprise 108-85 rout of the Celtics.
Maybe they’ve made up? We work with people we don’t like all the time and put up with it. Sometimes you give them a smile, a quick nod and a point for acknowledgement, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you like that person. At the same...Show More Summary
Mirotic hadn't spoken publicly since the incident, and still hasn't talked to Portis
Teammates often get into it with each other during practices, but rarely are serious punches thrown, and even rarer do those punches actually land. But that’s what went down in Bulls practice earlier this season. Here’s ESPN Chicago with an update: Nikola Mirotic says he has accepted Bobby Portis’ apology and is hoping both he and [...]
Niko expressed a willingness to play alongside Portis once again. The post Nikola Mirotic Says He Accepts Bobby Portis’ Apology appeared first on SLAMonline.
Chicago Bulls star Nikola Mirotic says he's ready to bury the hatchet with teammate Bobby Portis... saying he's accepted Portis' apology for punching him during a practice last month. Mirotic -- who had been sidelined since Oct. 17 with 2 broken…
Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic says he's accepted the apology teammate Bobby Portis issued in the wake of their fight before the season began. Now, Mirotic is hoping to move on from the incident and find his way back into the mix for the Bulls as the season marches on.
CHICAGO (AP) -- Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic is attending a game for the first time since a preseason altercation with teammate Bobby Portis left him with several broken bones in his face as well as a concussion.