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Bobby Portis Goes Off On New York Post Reporter Marc Berman For Saying He Has Played In Zero Playoffs Games

Bobby Portis Explains Why He Left New York Knicks: “I Just Wanted To Go To A Winning Culture"

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Bobby Portis is now part of the Milwaukee Bucks after finishing his time with the New York Knicks. Portis is now ready to play in his fourth NBA team and is already making some noise as a Bucks player. Recently, New York Post reporter Marc Berman tried to take a shot at Portis and his stint with the Knicks, claiming that the player hasn't played a single postseason game.

While remembering Amar'e Stoudemire, Berman mentioned that the last player to wear the #1 jersey on the Knicks was Portis, stating that the player has zero playoffs games under his belt.


He had no remedy than to delete the tweet after Portis took notice of his tweet and reminded him that he had six playoffs games, calling him out for not doing his job properly.

Portis recently signed a two-year deal with the Milwaukee Bucks to add depth to their frontcourt. The Bucks might have missed out on Bogdan Bogdanovic but they still landed Jrue Holiday and a couple of good role players, like Portis. He's the kind of player the team needs to fight a little harder in the moments it matters the most.

He's been involved in a couple of controversies during his career, but Portis is ready to take on the challenge of the Bucks and try to help this team succeed in the upcoming NBA season.