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Bobby Portis explains why he wears No. 5

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When the Bulls drafted former Arkansas forward Bobby Portis, his first decision was what number he would wear.

Portis wore No. 10 for his whole basketball career but was forced to switch after the Bulls drafted him.

The Bulls retired Bob Love’s No.10 in 1994, and Portis was forced to change his number. The way Portis picked No. 5 was very interesting.

Love played eight seasons and averaged 21 points per game. Portis has a long way to go before he reaches that point.