Another Loss to Bulls' Name When is Zach LaVine to recover from sprained ankle l

Posted by Andrew Julia on December 20th, 2018

Chicago Bull’s lose another game adding to their 7-25 record this Wednesday against Brooklyn Nets. Although Nets had every potential to lose but they have been going great from the start of this month. This win was the seventh this season with a 15-18 record now. For Discount Chicago Bulls Tickets, visit now!!

Kris Dunn led the game for the Bulls earning 24 points then come Shaq Harrison earning 13 Points the second best points earned for the team. To watch your favorite team in action get your Cheap Tickets for Chicago Bulls Wednesday night was a nonstop competition, and Bulls somehow managed to give their opponents a hard time in fact they were even winning at 93-92 till the last few minutes but Brooklyn turned it into a 96-93 win.

Now let’s be honest here, Bulls been losing a little too frequently and every one’s sensing it may be due to the absence of Bulls’ Guard Zach LaVine. If LaVine had played the game, however, it could have turned the tables around.

So far in the season, LaVine has made his career-high average 23.8 points, 4.9 rebounds and 4.8 assists in 28 games. Like seriously he is only 23 with an average of 23 points. When you can score to a point as your age it ought to be notable. But the question is where he is? And when is he coming back?

LaVine hurt his ankle in the Bulls' loss to the Orlando Magic on Friday in Mexico City. He has already missed two games and according to a report Coach Jim Boylen told that he would at least take 3 to 4 weeks more to recover.

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In injury was found through an MRI test taken on Saturday in San Antonio, where they had a game on Sunday. LaVine then flew back to Chicago for further examination.  

Missing games due to injury, if LaVine had any concerns he didn’t show, he simply brushed it off saying that heavy workload may have caused the injury. Before the Bulls home game against the Nets on Wednesday he said, “I put a lot of work into the offseason. I think I'm one of the most conditioned dudes in the NBA, so I haven't felt too overloaded.” He said that he just rolled his ankle nothing much but the doctors might disagree.

LaVine had signed a 78 million dollars contract for 4-year with Bulls over the summer, and it was all worth it. LaVine been playing some amazing basketball in the 2018-19 campaign even with his anterior cruciate ligament injury but unfortunately it got worse and now he has to miss games for another few weeks.

With him and Jabari Parker who suffers from a stomach illness as of now Bulls rotation has payed a heavy price.  

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