Age: 25 Height: 6-8 Weight: 198 lbs School: Georgetown
The Bulls had to win a home game at some point. Didn't they? Snapping a franchise-record 11-game losing streak at the United Center on Wednesday, the Bulls downed the Grizzlies 122-110 for their first home triumph since Dec. 21, 2018. That's a long time. It's also before the Bulls acquired
Otto Porter Jr. is no longer taking a back seat when it comes to scoring. Porter scored a career-high 37 points on 16-for-20 shooting, Robin Lopez added season-high 25 points, and the Chicago Bulls beat the Memphis Grizzlies 122-110 on Wednesday night. Lauri Markkanen added 21 points as Chicago ended
Bulls coach Jim Boylen corrected himself Tuesday when he described the team's new addition, Otto Porter Jr. “His versatility is his greatest attribute,” Boylen said before pausing. “His greatest attribute is his demeanor and his spirit. His versatility is right up there.” Porter's transition
Wizards' newfound depth on display with big bench scoring effort vs. Bulls originally appeared on nbcsportswashington.com The injuries to John Wall and Dwight Howard have left the margins thin for the Washington Wizards, producing a noticeable lack of depth in recent weeks as Markieff Morris was also sidelined with a neck injury. The pair of trades they made this week, however, have already helped stretch out their rotation. They lost a very good player in Otto Porter Jr., who was shipped to the Bulls.
The Wizards also got Bobby Portis and a protected 2023 second-round pick in exchange for Otto Porter Jr. Parker scored 20 points to help the Wizards to a 134-125 victory against his former team, and Portis had 10 points and 12 rebounds. Porter scored 17 for the Bulls. I'm looking forward.