The Chicago Bulls have listed DeMar DeRozan as “doubtful” and Zach LaVine as “probable” ahead of the team’s game against Oklahoma City Friday.
LaVine, who’s looked more like his two-time All-Star self lately, is nursing a right hand contusion, per K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago. Over his last 13 games, LaVine is averaging 27.8 points on 51.8% shooting from the field and 46.2% shooting from deep.
He led all scorers with 38 points against Washington Wednesday. Albeit in a losing effort.
DeRozan, meanwhile, missed that game — his first absence of the season — after straining his right quad against the Celtics earlier this week. In all, the 33-year-old has missed just seven games since being traded to the Bulls in August of 2021.
The Thunder beat the Bulls 123-119 in overtime on Nov. 25.