Bulls news: Nikola Mirotic agrees to 2-year, $27 million deal with Chicago
Mirotic has right to veto any trade in year one of his new Bulls deal, league sources said. https://t.co/mkol7g944X
— Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) September 24, 2017
Per Charania, Mirotic has a clause in this new contract that allows him the right to veto any trade during the first year of the deal.
Mirotic averaged 10.6 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.1 assists on 41.3-percent shooting from the field and 34.2% from beyond the arc. Mirotic regressed in production a bit this past year as the Bulls constantly dealt with issues surrounding Rajon Rondo, Jimmy Butler, and coach Fred Hoiberg. Mirotic is a valuable player for the Bulls, considering his ability to play the power forward position and shoot lights out from beyond the arc.