Lonzo Ball isn’t the only Bulls member with an injury that will be playing in the 2022-23 season.
The injury report for Bulls Zach LaVine was listed as questionable prior to the team's season opener.
Later, he was ruled out of the team and is now at risk of missing several games in the first half.
LaVine's 2020-21 career year saw him average 27.4 points per games, which earned him his first All Star.
LaVine sustained a left knee injury during Chicago's loss against Golden State on January 14, 2022.
LaVine was unable to attend Chicago's season opener against Miami on Wednesday.
Bulls coach stated to reporters that LaVine would make his season debut against Cleveland.
LaVine was out of action for five games straight due to the injury. He was able to return and play in 29.
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