While the sports world was engaged in one of the more intense weekends in American history, Bulls center Robin Lopez got in on the action with a sick burn of Donald Trump.
The NFL and MLB took center stage during their games over the weekend and more high-profile names like LeBron James, Steph Curry and Chris Paul repsonded publicly to the prostests and President Trump, but Lopez took to social media to console the Golden State Warriors Saturday:
Over the weekend, Trump disinvited Curry and the title-winning Warriors to visit the White House like all championship teams get to in American sports.
Lopez, who calls himself the "Screen Powers of the NBA" in his Twitter bio, clearly doesn't mind injecting some humor into the situation.
The 29-year-old center also became the highest-paid player on the Bulls' roster over the weekend when the organization agreed to buyout terms with Dwyane Wade. Lopez is set to make nearly $13.8 million in 2017-18, a little more than Nikola Mirotic, who just signed a two-year deal Sunday.