The latest injury to a Bulls starter comes at a less-than-ideal time given that the Cavaliers, who’ve won 13 of 14, travel to Chicago on Thursday for a huge pre-All-Star break test.
In four days 14-year veteran Pau Gasol will start his first All-Star Game. He's on pace to set career-highs in rebounds, blocks and a number of analytical categories at 34 years old.
A pair of road wins over the weekend isn't necessarily the cure-all for a Bulls team still searching for an identity in February, but head coach Tom Thibodeau said Tuesday that he hopes the victor
Ray Allen reportedly will make a decision on whether or not to return to the NBA after the All-Star break, but the Bulls won't be one of his potential suitors.
For the first time in nearly two months, the Bulls aren't in first place in the Central Division.