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Pippen will test his sore left foot in a charity game on Saturday. If he has problems, Pippen will have foot surgery that could keep him out two months, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Burrell will be traded to the Chicago Bulls for Dikey Simpkins this weekend, the Chicago Tribune reports
Pippen missed his own charity game yesterday due to his chronic foot ailments. According to the Chicago Tribune, Pippen could possibly miss the first month of the season, should he decide to have surgery.
Burrell was traded to the Bulls for Dickie Simpkins.
According to Chicago radio station WSCR ("The Score"), Pippen secretly underwent surgery on his foot yesterday, and will be out 2-3 months. Bulls management has stated that they will not go outside the organization to replace him in the meantime.
Signed by the Bulls for a second straight preseason.
Rodman has agreed to a one-year incentive-laden contract with the Bulls, many Chicago media outlets report. The team will announce the news and he will report to camp later this week, they add.
Rodman finalized a contract with the Bulls but was not able to take a required physical because he has bronchitis. He will not accompany the team for the preseason McDonalds' Championship in France.
Rodman told the Chicago Tribune that he will not sign his new contract unless certain incentive clauses are reduced. Rodman told the paper Scottie Pippen's foot injury will make it harder for him to earn incentives based on Chicago's win total. Rodman had agreed to a one-year contract but did not sign the deal after he was unable to take a physical because of brohncitis. If he is unable to reach an agreement early this week, Rodman told the Tribune he is prepared to hold out and miss the early part of the season.
Kukoc told the Chicago Sun-Times that he will not need surgery on his sore right foot, despite recent media reports. NBC reported over the weekend that Kukoc was considering surgery to correct the chronic plantar facitis that slowed his play in the McDonald's Championship preseason tournament. Kukoc told the Sun-Times his poor play is more a factor of his poor conditioning.
Jordan will miss the final three preseason games after minor surgery to correct an ingrown toenail, ESPN reports.
Rodman's contract talks have hit a snag and both sides have agreed to a 1 p.m. Thursday deadline for resolving the issue. Rodman wants many incentives based on Bulls wins taken out of the contract.
Waived by the Bulls.
Rodman has finally signed a 1-year contract, reportedly worth $4.5 million + incentives.
Jordan returned to the team a few days early after minor surgery on his ingrown toenails and played in Friday's preseason game.
Brown suffered a hamstring strain in Monday's practice.
Pippen's recovery is coming along faster than expected. "Just a week ago, I was on crutches and now I'm able to walk," Pippen told the Chicago Tribune. "But as far as me getting back on the court and being able to run, I don't know. I had pretty major surgery and it's going to have to take some time to heal."
Wennington has been nursing a sore elbow that has limited his role in the Bulls' last two games.
Wennington will have an MRI on his ailing elbow today to determine the extent of his injury.
Booth was activated from the injured list when Bill Wennington went on IR.
Wennington was placed on the injured list with an injured elbow. He will miss the next five games.
Rodman played just 12 minutes and had no points in last night's game against Cleveland.
Kerr was placed on the five-game injured list with a deep bone bruise in his left knee.
LaRue was signed by the Bulls after Steve Kerr was placed on the injured list.
Wennington was activated from the injured list and played in Friday's game.
Booth was placed on injured reserve when Bill Wennington was ready to return. Booth's injury was listed as a lower back strain.
Kerr will not be ready to be activated when he is eligible to come off the injured list on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Pippen has demanded to be traded this season before he comes back from a foot injury, according to the Arlington Daily Herald. "I ain't coming back. [Bulls GM] Krause is chicken (to trade me),'' he added. "But I want to be traded." Pippen also told the paper he is healthy enough to play, but that he may hold out pending a trade. "Maybe I'm healthy," he told the paper. He added he wants to be traded to Phoenix or L.A.
Rodman received electronic stimulation before yesterday's game to help pain caused by a pinched nerve. He said that before the game he didn't know if he could make it.
Kerr's return to the Bull's has been postponed for another week. The team will do some testing in a couple of days to see if the injured knee is getting better.
Brown has been bothered by a bruised left knee that has affected his playing time. His condition is day to day.
Kerr had a good practice on Sunday and appears ready to return to the Bulls on Tuesday night.
Kerr was activated from the injured list.
LaRue was placed on the injured list with a sore toe.
Jordan has been bothered by a dislocated index finger on his shooting hand. He shot just 6 of 17 from the field in Wednesday's 106-98 loss to the Magic.
Longley did not play on Monday because of a sprained right foot and was held out of practice yesterday. He may be ready to play the Lakers on Wednesday.
Pippen told the Chicago Tribune that he will play for the Bulls when he is healthy. He practiced for the first time in a limited workout on Friday. He had been practicing a few weeks ago but halted workouts after he felt pain in his injured foot. He is not expected to participate in full workouts for another two weeks, the paper reports.
Longley missed Monday's game with stomach flu.
Pippen participated in practice on Monday, although not at full speed. The timetable for his return is still unknown. "I'm guessing a couple of weeks still before we get Scottie and I'm not putting any timetable on it," coach Phil Jackson told the Associated Press.
Kukoc missed Friday's game with the flu.
Pippen unexpectedly returned to the Bulls lineup and played 31 minutes in Saturday's game and scored 14 points. He was given a clean bill of health by the team trainer.
Wennington was placed on the injured list with inflammation in his right elbow.
Kerr fractured his collarbone in last night's game against Philadelphia. He is to be examined further today but the Bulls are not optimistic about his return.
Kerr will miss siex to eight weeks after breaking his collar bone in Thursday's game.
LaRue was activated from the injured list and played in Friday's game.
Rodman has been bothered by the flu and did not practice yesterday. Phil Jackson said that if he cannot play tonight Jason Caffey will get the start.
Rodman was suspended for Friday's game after he missed a morning practice. SportsChannel, the cable television station that broadcasts Nets games, reported that Rodman was at a New York City strip club between midnight and 4 a.m. Friday.
Wennington was activated before yesterday's game in New Jersey.
Klein was put on the IR with tendonitis in his knee in order to make room for Bill Wennington on the roster.
The Chicago Tribune reports that Michael Jordan sat down with Rodman after his suspension and told him how much the team needs him on the court.
Kerr was re-examined by team doctors yesterday and was told that everything was healing right on schedule. He should be out another six weeks.
Kukoc sat out the second half of yesterday's game against LA with what coach Phil Jackson called a "mystery injury". The injury was apprently to his ribs.
Kukoc sat out yesterday's game against Denver due to a back strain he suffered over the weekend.
Pippen left last night's game against Utah in the third qurter due to a hamstring strain and did not return.
Kukoc sat out last night's game against Utah because of a back strain. He is expected to return after the All-Star break.
Rodman missed practice for a second straight day on Monday. On Sunday morning his excuse was that he could not find the keys to his truck. No excuse was given for his absence on Monday.
Longley hyperextended his knee in Monday's game but it does not appear to be serious.
Missed Saturday's game with a hyperextended left knee.
Longley missed his fourth straight game last night with a hyperextended knee.
Brown was activated off the DL, and should be ready to play in Friday's game against Vancouver.
Pippen missed Friday's game with the flu.
Longley could miss the rest of the regular season after reinjuring his knee on Sunday, the Chicago Sun-Times report.
Placed on the DL and out for at least 5 games due to a flare up in the foot troubles that have plagued him the past couple years.
Kukoc was activated off the DL and probably will play in tonight's game at Detroit.
Booth's bad back apparently flared up again, conveniently just in time for Toni Kukoc to return off the DL.
Longley did not pracitce on Tuesday. He will dress for Wednesday's game but probably will not play, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Benjamin was the 28th pick in the NBA draft by the Bulls.
ESPN is reporting that Pippen underwent surgery this week on his herniated discs in his back.
According to the WGN radio, Pippen reportedly has said that "he doesn't see any way he could return to the Bulls for the coming season."
According to published reports Rodman got married over the weeked to ex-Baywatch actress and MTV host Camren Electra.
The lockout has reportedly ended, as David Stern and Billy Hunter broached an agreement this morning after an all-night bargaining session. Now the agreement is subject to approval from both sides, but there is a strong chance of that happening.
Pippen's first choice is to return to Chicago, his agent told the Chicago Sun-Times "Scottie loves Chicago, loves the team and so, if we can work a deal out that works for Scottie, I think he would like to stay there," agent Jimmy Sexton told the paper.
The word tonight from various sources is that Michael Jordan will announce his retirement on Wednesday.
Jordan officially retired Wednesday.