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The Chicago Bulls took two days to rest. Carlos Boozer needed a little more time.
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose had a walking boot on his left foot Sunday and was scheduled for an MRI on his sprained ankle later in the day.
The doubters have always been there throughout Tyler Hansbrough's career, from his prep star days in Missouri to his stellar career at North Carolina to these early years with the Indiana Pacers. Same questions, too.
Joakim Noah has a pretty good idea what to expect on Thursday night.
Carlos Boozer missed the Chicago Bulls' game against the Atlanta Hawks because of a sprained left ankle, while Luol Deng started despite a bruised left thigh.
Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer is day-to-day with a sprained left ankle and could be out for as much as a week.
In the first quarter, Derrick Rose brought out the oohs and aahs with a backward between-the-legs pass to Joakim Noah for a fast-break dunk. In the second quarter, Luol Deng was walking to the locker room even before his 3-pointer from the corner swished through the net at the halftime buzzer.
Big bodies replaced big names on the final day of the NBA's trading season.
It's been more than two months since Joakim Noah suited up for the Chicago Bulls. Well, the wait is just about over.