Luol Deng has come back from his five-game absence and his hamstring feels good enough for the All-Star to be inserted back into the starting lineup, bumping Jimmy Butler back to a bench role.
Bulls Insider Aggrey Sam answers this week's top team-related questions. From Jimmy Butler's improvements to Derrick Rose's rehab, what can we expect in the future?
After Monday's practice at the Berto Center, Tom Thibodeau and the Bulls discussed a range of topics, from winning with the home court advantage to Rajon Rondo's season-ending injury.
Luol Deng hamstring is a game-time decision for Monday night, but even when he returns Tom Thibodeau believes Jimmy Butler will have a continued role in the Bulls' gameplan.
The last time the Bulls and Bobcats met, Charlotte broke an 18-game losing streak by upsetting the Chicago at home. With the Bulls coming off a bad loss in Washington, they'll need an important win on Comcast SportsNet.
The Bulls had a disappointing night in D.C., scoring just 29 points in the second half as their three-game win streak came to an end Saturday night.
Carlos Boozer didn't have a very memorably night Saturday in D.C., as the Bulls suffered a disappointing loss and the power forward was called for a questionable flagrant foul.
The Bulls couldn't match lowly Washington Saturday night, falling to the 11-31 Wizards 86-73 thanks to a rough offensive night that saw Chicago score just 11 points in the third quarter and 29 points in the second half.
The Bulls have won three straight and six of the last seven games and they look to stay hot against the lowly Washington Wizards, who have actually been better of late with star John Wall back from injury.
Joakim Noah, Carlos Boozer and Jimmy Butler were key to the Bulls' big win over Golden State -- one of the top teams in the country -- as each member of the frontcourt trio tallied a double-double in the victory.