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Bulls’ Lonzo Ball Offers Hope Within Cloud Of Uncertainty About His Health

A torn meniscus and a bone bruise limited the Bulls’ point guard to 35 games last season.

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With Zach LaVine having signed the largest contract in franchise history Thursday, the most pressing issue left staring the Chicago Bulls in the face is Lonzo Ball’s health.

The laconic point guard took in the team’s Summer League opener in Vegas Friday and while he didn’t speak with the media, Ball did his best to soothe concerns about his left knee.

This comes two weeks after Marc Eversley essentially told reporters Ball, who had surgery to repair a torn meniscus in January, hadn’t made enough progress in his recovery to play if games were still ongoing.

It’s still unclear if Lonzo Ball will be ready to take the court when the 2022-2023 season starts in October. But his volitional update, however trivial it may be, at least offers hope that he will be.

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