(CBS) Bulls reserve guard Kirk Hinrich will miss Game 2 on Monday night against the Bucks because of a hyperextended left knee, Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau said.

It will be the fourth straight game Hinrich has missed with the injury, as he sat out the final two regular-season games and Saturday’s opener. Hinrich did some shooting, running and biking at the morning shootaround, but he’s not ready for game competition yet.

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“He feels better today, but still not quite good enough,” Thibodeau said.

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Hinrich is averaging 5.7 points per game this season. He figures into the rotation as the ninth man, splitting time with Tony Snell on a matchup basis, Thibodeau has said previously.

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Everyone else is healthy for the Bulls, who lead the series 1-0.