The third-year shooter said the departures of Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah and Pau Gasol were “for the better,” as far as team chemistry was concerned.
The rookie has seen practice time at both guard spots, as well as the small forward, and so far so good in showing off his versatility.
The long-time Miami Heat veteran wasted no time getting to the bottom of last year’s underachieving, and vowed that won’t happen under his watch.
Both have been working with the first team in practice, but lacking an outside threat might force Fred Hoiberg to lean toward Mirotic.
Bulls players and coaches are already embracing Rondo, while Rose is in New York insisting that his former hometown took him for granted.
With a front office that is immune to accountability and a roster that was already shuffled, the heat now turns up on the second-year Bulls coach.
Wade is all in on any anti-violence message from athletes, and is still putting together a campaign to help out his hometown of Chicago.