John Paxson says the two have to work things out Nikola Mirotic returned to practice for the Bulls on Monday, but that didn’t solve anything between he and Bobby Portis. The two forwards still haven’t spoken despite Mirotic’s returnShow More Summary
Forward Nikola Mirotic, who has not practiced with the team since his scuffle with teammate Bobby Portis, was at practice today with the Chicago Bulls. Mirotic has been working out at the Advocate Center in Chicago over the last few days, while Portis has since been back in the Bulls' lineup for the last three games.
What’s beef? It’s rare that you hear about teammates publicly feuding in today’s NBA. Teams and players do a great job of keeping beef between teammates in house and off of Instagram posts. But the beef between Bobby Portis and Nikola...Show More Summary
Chicago forward suffered broken bones and concussion in fight with teammate Bobby Portis during practice on Oct. 17.
The Chicago Bulls currently find themselves in a pickle. For the Bulls’ front office, their next move is a simple one — either trade Bobby Portis or Nikola Mirotic. However, trading either of them will not be as simple as it sounds for...Show More Summary
After being struck in the face by Chicago Bulls teammate Bobby Portis, Nikola Mirotic is open to being traded to another team.
Chicago Bulls exercise 4th-year option on suspended forward Bobby Portis
The Chicago Bulls have exercised third-year options on guards Kris Dunn and Denzel Valentine, and fourth-year options on guards Jerian Grant and Cameron Payne, along with forward Bobby Portis. By exercising their options, all players will be under contract with the Bulls for the 2018-19 season. The Bulls acquired Dunn in a Draft-night trade with [...]
Tensions among the Chicago Bulls, or at least two of them, boiled over in practice last week when Bobby Portis punched fellow forward Nikola Mirotic in the face, giving him a concussion and two broken bones in his face that will sideline him for four to six weeks. And now, according to two reports, Mirotic wants out of Chicago. […]
Niko is reportedly still upset. The post Report: Nikola Mirotic Would Find It ‘Difficult’ To Co-Exist with Bobby Portis appeared first on SLAMonline.
Last week, Nikola Mirotic had to be hospitalized after he and teammate Bobby Portis got into an altercation that reportedly ended when Portis socked Mirotic in the face when his back was turned. That punch did more than just damage Mirotic’s face. The Bulls forward is reportedly considering not returning to the team and leaving the […]
Four days after he broke the jaw of his Bulls teammate Nikola Mirotic during a practice fight, Bobby Portis spoke out about the incident publicly for the first time. “I’m wrong for what I did,” Portis said (via the Associated Press). “I want to publicly apologize to Niko. I feel like I let my fans, […]
Mirotic was hospitalized with facial fractures after an altercation with Portis during practice
"I'm wrong for what I did," Portis said. "I want to publicly apologize to Niko."
CHICAGO -- Suspended Bulls forward Bobby Portis offered an apology to injured teammate Niko Mirotic on Saturday in his first public comments since punching Mirotic in the face in practice on Tuesday.
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NBA Thu 19 Oct, AT 14:25 Bulls suspend Bobby Portis for breaking teammate’s jaw Basketball player is banned for eight NBA matches after ‘inexcusable’ punch in practice
The Chicago Bulls suspended forward Bobby Portis for the first eight games of the season Wednesday for injuring teammate Nikola Mirotic during a fight at practice. Mirotic suffered broken bones in his face as well as a concussion on Tuesday and will likely need surgery. Vice president of basketball...
Third year Chicago Bulls Forward, Bobby Portis will begin his third season in the NBA serving an eight-game suspension after for teammate Nikola Mirotic in the face at practice on Tuesday, the Bulls announced Wednesday. The suspension begins with Thursday’s season opener at Toronto. Show More Summary
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