Bobby Portis keeps himself busy similar to any 20-year-old

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The Bulls are still two months away from starting their 2015 campaign with the addition of rookie forward Bobby Portis, and besides training for the upcoming season, Portis finds other ways to keep himself busy.

The rookie forward took a Snapchat of himself playing video games at 3:38 a.m. with the caption; “what is sleep.”

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Portis was playing a season with the Bulls on 2K15 and it showed his team was in first place.

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It’s not a bad move playing video games until the late hours, because this will keep Portis from getting into trouble. But once the season starts, and if Portis struggles, fans will question his commitment to video games compared to the commitment to the NBA.

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