Joakim Noah will miss tonight's matchup against the Magic due to flu-like symptoms and Kirk Hinrich returns to the lineup after missing Monday's game with a left-knee injury.
The Bulls and Pacers has been rescheduled to Feb. 4. It was originally snowed out on Dec. 26.
Kirk Hinrich and Joakim Noah will both be game-time decisions when the Bulls travel to Orlando tonight to take on the Magic. Hinrich is battling a knee injury that forced him to miss Monday's game, and Noah is dealing with flu-like symptoms.
After an embarrassing home loss to the Bobcats on Monday, the Bulls will look to rebound in Orlando when they take on Arron Afflalo and the Orlando Magic. Coverage begins at 6 p.m. on Comcast SportsNet.
Tom Thibodeau discusses the Bulls' recent downfalls, and challenges his team to get to work and avoid taking shortcuts.
After losing to the Bobcats, who had previously been in an 18-game slump, the Bulls know they're in a slump, and now coach Tom Thibodeau says he needs to find a way to get them out of it.
The Bulls ended the 2012 year with a loss to the Bobcats, who previously suffered an 18-game losing streak prior to arriving in Chicago.
Fans have questions and Bulls Insider Aggrey Sam has the answers. See what he had to say about Derrick Rose's eventual return and a potential trade with the Sacramento Kings.
Just months ago, Derrick Rose's future was shrouded in mystery. But the dynamic point guard has reportedly upped his basketball workload and will be traveling with the Bulls soon, according to sources.
Tom Thibodeau is in a good position, as Luol Deng and Rip Hamilton are returning to health, but the two backups -- Marco Belinelli and Jimmy Butler -- have performed well, giving the Bulls multiple options from outside.