Breaking: chicago bulls star player announced retirement

Ex-Bull Otto Porter Jr. declares retirement from pro career

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Unexpectedly, a former Chicago Bulls player announced his retirement from professional basketball.

Otto Porter Jr., a former forward for the Bulls, declared on Monday that he intended to retire from the NBA after 11 years of service.
Only a few hours after being cut from the Utah Jazz starting lineup, Porter Jr. officially announced his retirement in a press statement with the team.
“I’ve got the opportunity to fulfill my childhood dream of playing in the NBA for the past 11 years. The culmination of that desire was an NBA Championship! Regretfully, I am unable to perform to the level I would like to, so I have made the decision to retire.


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The third overall selection Porter Jr. was selected by four other teams in the 2013 NBA Draft in addition to the Bulls. Over the course of 527 regular season games, he finished his career with an average of 10.3 points, 4.9 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and 1.1 steals while shooting 47.7 percent from the field.

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