March 11, 2020, 9:37 amTomas SatoranskyPG, Chicago Bulls
Tomas Satoransky could have taken a couple different directions when Jim Boylen told him he’d be moving into a reserve role in favor of rookie Coby White, but he acted and played professionally, as expected.
“I respected that because I kind of expected that, also. It was logical the way I’ve been playing since All-Star break and the way Coby has been playing,” Satoransky said of Boylen’s decision. Sato has shot miserably since the New Year, connecting on just 22.4 percent in January, 28.1 percent in February and 18.2 percent this month from the 3-point land. He plans to ditch the brace he has been wearing to protect a hyperextended thumb that he is quietly playing through, having never landed on the injury report. The Czech guard looks like a drop in standard leagues right now but owners should keep an eye on him with the basketball situation in Chicago always volatile under Boylen.
Source: NBC Sports