Kirk Hinrich: Another Chicago Bull Bites the Dust

March 31st, 2010 by Christopher Murphy Leave a reply »
The Chicago Bulls may have lost more than a game in the team's 111-105 loss to the Phoenix Suns Tuesday night, falling to two back for the No. 8 seed in the Eastern Conference. The Bulls may have lost another starter.

Starting guard, Kirk Hinrich, stepped on the foot of Joakim Noah late in the second quarter and immediately came up limping in what Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro is calling a "bad ankle sprain."

Who knew Noah's foot could cause more problems for the Bulls?

Hinrich tried to come back in the game, testing the ankle in warmups before the second half, but couldn't and was seen wearing a walking boot leaving the United Center.

Hinrich is listed as day to day.

This will most likely mean more playing time for Jannero Pargo, which also means more "What are you doing?" comments from fans during Bulls games.

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