Bobby Portis, LaVine’s teammate with the Bulls, summed it up. “We’d rather play booray than go out to the club,” he said. “It really makes you lock in and think. We play that game probably three, four times a week. We play it on the road, play at homes, we’ll sit for four, five, six hours and play it.” “It gets heated, because there’s money on the line,” he added. “If you get booed, it’s like a gut punch.”