PHILADELPHIA—First he wasn’t starting, then he still wasn't, then he was.
Jahlil Okafor is in unfamiliar territory.
Nikola Mirotic had a forgettable ending to his rookie season, but the accolades from his impressive first year in the NBA continued to roll in with being named to the All-Rookie First Team.
Nikola Mirotic's hot March made him a dark horse candidate for Rookie of the Year, but he finished second to Minnesota's Andrew Wiggins as the league's best first-year player.
The look of disgust was evident across Pau Gasol’s face, and Mike Dunleavy swung his fists down in anger when it became clear the Bulls let the Philadelphia 76ers hang around far too long Wednesda