Jimmy Butler, Dwyane Wade come off bench Friday as discipline

Jimmy Butler and Dwyane Wade didn’t start Friday night for the Chicago Bulls against the visiting Miami Heat, which coach Fred Hoiberg said was discipline for their comments after Wednesday night’s loss.

Paul Zipser started for Butler with Doug McDermott replacing Wade to begin the 100-88 loss.

Butler still led the Bulls in minutes with 33 but was held to three points on 1-for-13 shooting with only two assists. Wade played 28 minutes, leading Chicago with 15 points.

Butler and Wade had a clear message they wanted to get across in their postgame comments Wednesday to the media after a 119-114 loss to Atlanta.

Butler said that the Bulls “don’t play hard all the time,” while Wade accused some of his teammates of not caring enough about winning, saying, “I can’t be frustrated and I can’t care too much for these guys. [They] have to care for themselves.”

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Article source: http://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/18569400/jimmy-butler-dwyane-wade-chicago-bulls-come-bench-friday-discipline

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