Satoransky (ankle) is out Sunday against the Bucks.
Satoransky will end the season having missed two straight games due to a left ankle sprain. This season marked his second year in Chicago, and Satoransky averaged 7.7 points, 4.7 assists and 2.4 rebounds in 22.5 minutes.
Satoransky (ankle) is out Saturday against the Nets, Rob Schaefer of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Chicago has been eliminated from the play-in tournament, so there's no reason to risk further injury to Satoransky. In his absence, with Zach LaVine (knee) also out, Coby White and Garrett Temple should see extra usage.
Satoransky (ankle) is questionable for Saturday's contest against the Nets.
Satoransky has recently been bothered by an ankle injury, and he could miss his first game since April 16. If he does, look for Denzel Valentine and Garrett Temple to see more minutes.
Satoransky tallied six points (3-4 FG), two rebounds and two assists across 20 minutes during 114-102 win over Toronto.
Satoransky had been questionable coming into the game, but he saw his usual workload off the bench. The 29-year-old guard has scored in single digits in each of the last five games.
Satoransky (ankle) is available for Thursday's game against the Raptors.
Satoransky came off the bench after the team didn't specify whether he would be available while battling an ankle sprain. He was limited to 11 minutes in his last outing Tuesday.
Satoransky is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Raptors due to a sprained left ankle.
Satoransky was limited to just 11 minutes in Tuesday's loss to Brooklyn, so the injury will be something to keep an eye on over the next 24 hours. The guard hasn't been much of a fantasy contributor this season, but he's a regular part of the rotation and has topped 20 minutes in seven of his last 14 appearances off the bench.
Satoransky registered 10 points (5-9 FG, 0-4 3Pt), six assists, four rebounds and a block across 23 minutes off the bench in Monday's loss against the Sixers.
Satoransky paced Chicago in the assists department and has scored in double digits in each of his last three games. His scoring figures should remain steady, and he's been providing value as a passer too, meaning he could have upside in some deep formats as long as he keeps playing around 20 minutes per game.
Satoransky produced 10 points (4-10 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 1-2 FT), seven assists, three steals and two rebounds across 21 minutes in Thursday's 108-91 win over the Hornets.
Satoransky's future output boils down to one question: Has Coby White demonstrated enough in his fill-in role to win his starting job back? Satoransky supplanted him over a month ago, and despite some standout nights from the bench by White, Satoransky held on to the floor general spot. The Bulls have gone 2-2 with White back at the helm, which is much better than Satoransky's 6-12 run as the starter.
Satoransky (back) will come off the bench Saturday against the Cavaliers, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago reports.
Coach Billy Donovan will go with Coby White and Garrett Temple in the backcourt in the wake of Zach LaVine's (COVID-19 protocols) second missed game. Satoransky should still see plenty of minutes as a reserve.
Satoransky (back) is available for Saturday's game against the Cavaliers, Chuck Swirsky of the Bulls Radio Network reports.
Following a one-game absence due to back spasms, Satoransky will be available Saturday. He'll likely join the starting five with Zach LaVine (COVID-19 protocols) out.
Satoransky (back) is questionable for Saturday's contest against the Cavaliers.
Satoransky sat out Friday's game due to back spasms, but he could return Saturday. If he does, there's a good chance he'll be in the starting five. Satoransky is also in line to see more usage, as Zach LaVine (COVID-19 protocols) is out for 10-14 days.
Satoransky (back) is out Friday against the Grizzlies, Darnell Mayberry of The Athletic reports.
Back spasms will force Satoransky to miss his first game since Jan. 18. With Zach LaVine (COVID-19 protocols) also out, the Bulls are quite shorthanded in the backcourt. Coby White will start Friday's game.
Satoransky (back) has been downgraded to questionable for Friday's contest against the Grizzlies.
Previously deemed probable, Satoransky is apparently feeling worse than anticipated. If he sits out Friday, more minutes would be available for Coby White and Ryan Arcidiacono.
Satoransky is probable for Friday's game against the Grizzlies due to mid-back spasms.
With Zach LaVine (COVID-19 protocols) sidelined for 10-14 days, Satoransky may take on more offensive responsibilities. He's dealing with a sore back ahead of Friday, but he's still expected to play. This month, he's averaged 8.3 points, 6.1 assists, 2.1 rebounds and 1.0 steals in 29.0 minutes.
Satoransky failed to score (0-6 FG, 0-3 3Pt), but dished out 10 assists, grabbed two steals and one rebound in 33 minutes during Friday's 120-108 loss to the Hawks.
Satoransky recorded a game-high 10 assists but failed to score a point for the second time all season. The 29-year-old only played 10 minutes and attempted one field goal in his other scoreless performance -- Feb. 1 versus the Knicks. The 10 assists marked the second time all season and the second time in the last four games that the fifth-year guard reached double-digit assists. Satoransky's scoreless performance is worrisome, but his value relies on his playmaking. As long as he is dishing out assists, he will continue to see ample playing time.
Satoransky produced 19 points (8-10 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT), 11 assists, two steals and a rebound across 31 minutes in Sunday's 115-107 win over the Nets.
Satoransky's strong play has cemented his role in the starting five over incumbent Coby White, and White's absence due to COVID-19 safety protocols further boosted Satoransky's participation in the offense Sunday. Although his recent scoring totals have fluctuated of late, he remains a valuable source of assists and steals. Even if the winds flow back to White as the starter down the road, Satoransky has earned the playing time as well as a spot on a fantasy roster in deeper leagues.
Satoransky tallied 13 points (5-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt, 3-3 FT), two rebounds, four assists, two blocks and one steal in 30 minutes during Monday's blowout 120-95 loss to the Jazz.
The 29-year-old has been contributing efficient numbers since being inserted in the starting lineup on March 14, averaging 9.8 points, 6.5 assists and 1.5 steals while shooting 52 percent from the field over his last six games. Satoransky's minutes have spiked significantly since he took over for Coby White as the starter, and the former should continue playing 30-plus minutes a game as long the Bulls stay within reach of the playoffs. Feel free to stream Satoransky if you need assists along with decent points and steals.
Satoransky scored seven points (3-8 FG, 1-3 3Pt) with seven assists, two rebounds and one steal in a 106-99 loss to the Spurs on Wednesday.
Satoransky collected seven assists for the third consecutive game and has been a solid distributor since entering the starting lineup three contests ago. Coming off a season-high 31 minutes in the first game of a back-to-back set, the guard followed it up with a new season-high 34 on Wednesday. Satoransky appears to be the Bulls' starting point guard for now and is an intriguing fantasy option moving forward, as he is averaging 10.0 points, 7.0 assists, 3.3 rebounds and 1.7 steals over his last three games.
Satoransky accumulated 13 points (4-7 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 4-4 FT), seven assists, three steals and two rebounds in 31 minutes during Tuesday's 123-102 win over the Thunder.
Satoransky got a second straight start Tuesday, as coach Billy Donovan has been favoring his veterans in the starting five lately, giving Satoransky and Thaddeus Young starts over Coby White and Wendell Carter. Satoransky has responded with great back-to-back performances. In the past two games, he's totaled 23 points, 14 assists, eight rebounds, four steals and two blocks. Satoransky's upside is capped as long as White continues to receive real minutes, which is expected even if he's not in the starting five.
Satoransky had 10 points (4-8 FG, 2-4 3Pt), seven assists, six rebounds, two blocks and a steal in Sunday's win over Toronto.
The Raptors were without several regulars, but Billy Donovan's lineup change -- he inserted Satoransky and Thaddeus Young and sent Coby White and Wendell Carter to the bench -- appeared to pay dividends right away. Satoransky played his most minutes (26) since Feb. 24 and had one of his better all-around lines of the season. He shouldn't be counted on for regular blocks contributions, but if he continues to start, Satoransky could be a solid source of points, assists, rebounds and threes.
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|05/16||vs MIL||W 118-112||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|05/15||@ BKN||L 91-105||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|05/13||vs TOR||W 114-102||20||6||2||2||2||0||0|
|05/11||vs BKN||L 107-115||11||1||2||1||1||0||0|
|05/09||@ DET||W 108-96||21||6||3||7||0||0||0|
|05/07||vs BOS||W 121-99||13||4||1||4||0||0||1|
|05/06||@ CHA||W 120-99||20||6||1||4||0||0||0|
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