Chicago Tribune "Nikola Mirotic took to Twitter on Tuesday to apologize -- in three languages no less -- for creating a flap at the ongoing EuroBasket tournament. Video showed Mirotic, upset after one of Spain's surprising losses in a 1-2 start, pulling down and inadvertently tearing a Serbian flag that was..." September 09
Thibs says Mirotic is "most likely" out for Game 3.
Mirotic doing some set shooting. Hinrich in full lather post practice. I'd guess Hinrich back for Game 3 and Mirotic out but back for Game 4
SB Nation "Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic will miss "a few days" with a knee injury sustained during the team's Game 2 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks, coach Tom Thibodeau said Tuesday. That would put Mirotic's status for Thursday's Game 3 in doubt, though the Bulls have not ruled him out yet...." April 21
ESPN "Nikola Mirotic left the Chicago Bulls' win Monday night late in the fourth quarter with multiple injuries following scuffles with Bucks big man Zaza Pachulia. The Bulls said Mirotic has a left quad strain and will be re-evaluated Tuesday morning. Mirotic also has a swollen left knee, and the..." April 21
Pro Basketball Talk "Nikola Mirotic rarely watched the NBA while growing up in Europe. Even as a promising professional player drawing American scouts, he still had only passing interest in the league. But that changed the instant the Bulls traded up to get him with the No. 23 pick in the 2011 draft. Mirotic,..." January 28
Chicago Sun-Times "The video game world is so much easier for rookies. “The toughest thing was trying to figure out my shot,’’ Bulls rook Doug McDermott said, when discussing playing as himself on NBA2K15. “They made the timing [on the shot] a little weird, but once you get it down it’s cool.’’ First-year..." November 20
CSN Chicago "After five years with Real Madrid, European forward Nikola Mirotic joined the Bulls on a three-year, $17 million contract earlier this offseason. Mirotic, who was drafted by the Bulls in the first-round of the 2011 NBA Draft, comes to Chicago with some serious accolades. He was a two-time..." August 20