Hinrich (quad) played 11 minutes in Sunday's 120-93 loss to the Clippers, finishing with no points (0-2 FG) and one rebound. Hinrich missed the Bulls' last six games with a left quad contusion. While he was able to work his way back into coach Fred Hoiberg's rotation Sunday, Hinrich still saw less playing time than Aaron Brooks (17), so it looks like he'll rank no better than the fourth option out of the team's backcourt.
Hinrich (leg) is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Clippers, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports. Hinrich was able to go through practice on Saturday without any setbacks, so it comes as no surprise that he's available to play on Sunday. Look for him to split time with Aaron Brooks as the backup to Derrick Rose at point guard.
Hinrich (leg) practiced Saturday and is planning to play in Sunday's game against the Clippers, the Chicago Tribune reports. Hinrich has missed six games due to a left quadriceps contusion.
Hinrich (quad) will not be ready to play Thursday against the Lakers, ESPN Chicago reports. Hinrich continues to deal with a quad injury, which has kept him out of each of the last five games. Even with a couple of days off before Thursday's game, the Bulls are not confident that Hinrich will be ready, which is an indication that he could stand to miss additional time beyond Thursday's contest.
Hinrich (quad) will travel with the Bulls on their seven-game road trip that begins Thursday against the Lakers, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports. Hinrich is set to miss his fifth straight game Monday against the Heat, but the fact that he's preparing to travel on the trip suggests that the Bulls hope to have him available at some point in the near future. He'll likely have to demonstrate that he's healthy during practices before coach Fred Hoiberg feels comfortable deploying Hinrich in games.
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