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Noah’s referred to his shoulder surgery as “season-ending” — which may mean his career in Chicago’s over.
Rose had hamstring and back issues flare up in Monday’s loss.
“If you can call it a crisis, you should say it’s been a crisis all season long,” Pau Gasol said. “It’s just who we are.”
Rose missed three games earlier this season due to a right hamstring injury.
The Bulls may be in the weirdest kind of no man’s land there is in the NBA.
“We have played better when the challenge has been bigger,” Pau Gasol says.
Noah suffered a dislocated left shoulder in Friday’s loss.
Noah missed nine games across three weeks recently for a similar injury.
Mirotic shot 2-of-13 and had five turnovers Thursday night.
Chicago’s allowed 104.1 points in its past 12 games.
The Bulls are 11-4 when Gasol and Gibson start together.
Jimmy Butler continues to play the best basketball of his career.
Rose has missed the three previous games with right hamstring tendonitis.
Bobby Portis has cemented his spot in the regular rotation, Fred Hoiberg said.
Jimmy Butler’s tip-in on a lob with 1.2 seconds left was the game-winner.
Chicago’s bench scored 51 of the team’s 104 points Monday.
Paxson addressed Jimmy Butler’s recent comments, Derrick Rose’s poor play and much more.
“If it doesn’t hurt, then we have a problem that might not be correctable,” Pau Gasol says.
Tony Snell will come off the bench after starting 21 games this year.
“The media probably wasn’t the best outlet for my frustration,” Butler says.