The Bulls will look to turn things around Wednesday at Indiana, after two straight blowout losses, but they could possibly be without Luol Deng, who twisted his right ankle in the first quarter of their 120-97 loss against the Houston Rockets.
Deng stayed in the game and scored 14 points in 35 minutes of play, but was bothered by the ankle afterwards as he limped out of the locker room after addressing reporters.
Well see how it feels tomorrow, Deng said, when asked about his limping.
He was recently given Monday off after suffering a sprained left shoulder in last Fridays win in New York, which he said affected his aggressiveness in the Bulls' loss to Atlanta on Saturday.
He didnt appear bothered by the shoulder against Houston, but hopefully the ankle injury isnt something that lingers for the league leader in minutes.
Cubs fans weren't the only ones who enjoyed the team's "Anchorman" romp out to the West Coast Thursday afternoon.
Trading card company Topps released a special edition card for the Cubs' "Stay Classy" trip, featuring Anthony Rizzo and Kyle Schwarber — complete with their awesome wig and hat:
The back of the card reads "After defeating the San Francisco Giants by a score of 5-1 at home, the Cubs left Wrigley Field in style. The team kept it classy with their road trip attire as they set out on a west coast road trip, beginning with a series against the Los Angeles Dodgers."
The cards are being sold on Topps' website for $9.99.
CSN's coverage of the Charlotte Knights continues on Saturday night as the Knights will host the Buffalo Bisons at 6 p.m. on CSN+.
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White Sox No. 1 prospect Yoan Moncada, who landed on the 7-day DL on May 18, is eligible to make his return to the Knights lineup this weekend.
It's the fourth of eight games that CSN will televise over the next two months to give fans an opportunity to watch the future of the White Sox.
Check out the rest of the television schedule here.