Hinrich tallied two points (1-3 FG, 0-1 3Pt), three assists, and two rebounds over 12 minutes in Tuesday's 110-83 Game 5 win over the Celtics.
The 12 minutes were Hinrich's most of the series, but all came in garbage time with the Hawks staked to a big lead. Hinrich has served primarily as the third-string point guard throughout his stint with the Hawks, averaging 0.5 points, 1.1 assists, and 0.9 rebounds over 6.1 minutes in 15 appearances, four of which have come in the playoffs.
Hinrich will be available for Saturday's game against the Bucks, the Atlanta Journal Constitution's Chris Vivlamore reports.
While he will dress and be available, Hinrich is not a lock to play in Saturday's game, and should therefore not be deployed in most daily formats. Jeff Teague and Dennis Schroder should continue to dominate the point guard minutes going forward.
Hinrich will not play in Friday's game against the Heat, Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hinrich will arrive in Atlanta on Friday but will not be ready in time to take the court against the Heat. It appears he'll likely make his debut with the Hawks on Saturday, when they take on the Bucks. Look for Dennis Schroder to inherit the majority of the reserved point guard minutes on Friday night.
Hinrich was traded to the Hawks on Thursday in exchange for a second-round draft pick and Justin Holiday, Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com reports.
This move was a simple salary dump by the Bulls, as getting rid of Hinrich's expiring deal will shave $2.9 million off of their payout and leave them $1.6 million over the luxury tax. Hinrich, who is set to embark on his second stint with the Hawks, averaged 3.8 points, 1.7 rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 1.8 steals over 16 minutes through 35 games with the Bulls this season. With Jeff Teague and Dennis Schroder set to take most of the minutes at point guard, it's likely that Hinrich will see only limited action as the third stringer.
Hinrich has averaged 3.8 points, 1.7 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 35 games played so far this season.
Hinrich has missed games due to injuries this season and just can't seem to hold up anymore over the long grind of the NBA season. Even if the Bulls decide to trade away players at the deadline, it's unlikely they would deal away Hinrich considering what he means to the team and the franchise. As this season heads down the stretch, this might be Captain Kirk's final NBA campaign.
Hinrich had two points (1-1 FG) and two assists in 10 minutes during the Bulls' 113-90 loss to the Hawks on Wednesday.
Hinrich started at point guard in Monday's matchup versus the Hornets since Derrick Rose (soreness) sat out. However, Hinrich returned to a reserve role on Wednesday, and the 35-year-old guard doesn't provide much these days outside of his usual hustle and veteran leadership.
Hinrich is expected to return to a bench role Wednesday against the Hawks, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Derrick Rose, who missed Monday's game against the Hornets with general body soreness, isn't listed on the Bulls' injury report heading into Wednesday, so the expectation is that he'll reclaim his usual starting role at point guard and see 30-plus minutes of court time. That should result in Hinrich hitting the bench after he put up three points (1-8 FG, 1-5 3Pt), five assists, two rebounds, and a steal in 26 minutes while starting in the loss to the Hornets.
Hinrich will start in Monday's game against the Hornets, Vincent Goodwill of CSN Chicago reports.
Hinrich is starting due to Derrick Rose (rest) sitting out a game. It's likely that Hinrich we'll see an increase and play time, but he'll be back to his bench role as soon as Rose returns.
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) will be available for 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 he'll be cleared to return for the first time in six games. He could cut into the playing time of Aaron Brooks, who has been serving as the primary backup behind starting point guard Derrick Rose.
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.
Hinrich (quad) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup with Miami, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Monday will be the fifth game Hinrich has missed due to this injury. Last week coach Fred Hoiberg said that Hinrich would only be missing a few more days, meaning that Hinrich will likely not miss much more time, if any, after Monday. Look for Aaron Brooks to see a boost in minutes as Derrick Rose's primary backup for the game. Hinrich's next chance to return will be Thursday against the Lakers.
Hinrich (quad) won't travel with the Bulls during their two-game road trip, which features games Friday against the Celtics and Saturday against the Cavaliers, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Hinrich's absence for the road trip was expected, as coach Fred Hoiberg said Wednesday that Hinrich would likely be sidelined for an addition four or five days due to his bruised left quad. His absence will leave Aaron Brooks and E'Twaun Moore as the lone backups to starting point guard Derrick Rose.
Coach Fred Hoiberg said Tuesday that Hinrich (quadriceps), who has already been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Warriors, is expected to be sidelined for four or five more days, ESPN Chicago's Nick Friedell reports.
In addition to Wednesday's contest, it almost certainly means that Hinrich will sit out road games Friday against the Celtics and Saturday against the Cavaliers. With Hinrich unavailable, Aaron Brooks and E'Twaun Moore will continue to serve as the primary backcourt options off the Bulls' bench.
Hinrich (quad) has been ruled out of Wednesday's game against the Warriors, CSN's Monte Poole reports.
Hinrich suffered a left quad contusion during Friday's game against the Mavericks, which also forced him out of Monday's win over the Pistons. Although the severity of the injury doesn't appear to be too serious, he'll likely be considered day-to-day heading into Friday's matchup with the Celtics.
Hinrich (quad) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Pistons, Nick Friedell of ESPN Chicago reports.
Hinrich left Friday's game against the Mavericks during the first quarter after playing just seven minutes due to a left quad contusion. Until an update is given for a possible return, Hinrich should be evaluated on a game-to-game basis. His next opportunity to return will be Wednesday against the Warriors.
Hinrich left Friday's game versus the Mavericks with a left quad contustion and will not return, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Hinrich sustained the injury in the first quarter fighting through a screen set by ZaZa Pachulia. He left the game with seven points and two rebounds in 7 minutes. There is no word on the severity of the injury, but his next chance to return will be Monday versus the Pistons.
Hinrich is in the starting lineup for Thursday's game against the Sixers.
With Derrick Rose sitting out with injury, Hinrich will move into the starting lineup for the sixth time this season. Hinrich will likely split the majority of the minutes at point guard with Aaron Brooks. With Rose set to return for Friday's game against the Mavericks, Hinrich's stint in the starting lineup will likely be short-lived.