When Nikola Vucevic first entered the NBA in 2012, he performed for the Orlando Magic for 9 seasons, leaving because the all-time chief in made subject targets (4,990), second in rebounds (6,381), third in blocks (550), third in factors scored (10,423) and fourth in video games performed (591). He additionally helped the Magic finish their six-year playoff drought with two straight postseason appearances.
Now, after three seasons with the Chicago Bulls, the two-time All-Star just lately admitted that he’d wish to final to play “one final 12 months in Orlando.”
“In fact, yeah,” Vucevic informed the Sixth Man Present. “That’s one thing that I might like to do. We’ll see when that’s attainable, if that’s real looking and the way it all works out. If something, not less than get one final 12 months in Orlando. I feel it’s solely proper it occurs. So, we’ll see.”
— Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) January 3, 2023
Vucevic averaged 17.6 factors, 10.8 rebounds, and 1.7 blocks per recreation on 49.9 p.c taking pictures from the sphere and 35.3 p.c from past the arc and made his first All-Star Recreation in 2019 after placing up 20.8 factors and 12.0 rebounds per recreation on 51.8 p.c taking pictures from the sphere. This 12 months, Vucevic is doing what he can to assist Chicago make their second straight postseason look.
— Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) December 19, 2022
The Bulls (19-22) are set to play the Wizards on Wednesday, then the Thunder (18-23) on Friday.