There have been indications that Bulls forwards Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis may not be able to co-exist when the former returns to the court following his injury, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. There is now a sense of pessimism that the two could co-exist moving forward. Johnson notes that Mirotic, signed to a two-year $27MM contract with trade veto rights during the first season, would now consider waiving that veto if the Bulls were to find a trade partner. Per CBA rules, however, Mirotic can not be traded whatsoever until Jan. 18. As we wrote last week, a punch from Portis in one of the team’s final practices before the regular season began has rendered Mirotic sidelined for four-to-six weeks.
Nikola Mirotic Could Waive Trade Veto
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