Kornet (not injury related) is out Sunday against the Mavericks. It's not clear why Kornet is away from the team or how long he'll be gone. He's appeared in just one game this season and isn't projected to have a significant role, so his absence isn't shaking things up in the rotation.
Kornet is not with the team and will miss Friday's game against the Thunder. It's not clear why Kornet is away from the team or how long he'll be gone. He's appeared in just one game this season and isn't projected to have a significant role, so his absence isn't shaking things up in the rotation.
Kornet (ankle) is expected to remain out for the next 6-to-8 weeks. The Bulls got more bad news on the injury front Thursday, as further tests revealed that Kornet's sprained left ankle is apparently more severe than initially expected. The six-to-eight-week timetable effectively ends Kornet's season as the Bulls head toward another likely slot in the lottery. Amid injuries to Wendell Carter, Lauri Markkanen and Daniel Gafford, Kornet had been starting in the frontcourt prior to the injury. In 14 consecutive starts from Jan. 17 through Feb. 20. Kornet posted 10.1 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.4 made threes in 22.4 minutes.
Kornet (ankle) is utilizing crutches and wearing a protective walking boot Saturday, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports. The 24-year-old was already ruled out for Saturday's contest with the Suns due to the ankle sprain, but sporting the boot essentially guarantees he'll also remain sidelined Sunday against the Wizards. Kornet has yet to be provided an official timetable for his return, though he initially received a doubtful designation for the matchup with Phoenix.
Kornet (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's tilt with Phoenix, Tony Gill of NBC Sports reports. As expected, Kornet will miss his first game after spraining his ankle during Friday's practice. Daniel Gafford will receive the start at center in Kornet's stead.
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