The Chicago Bulls may be without Zach LaVine for far longer than they initially expected him to be out of action.
“The big thing is he needs to string together a good 10 days of practice to where he’s not going every other day,” Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg said of LaVine.
“I would say the next 10 days is not going to happen. He’s still going to be on the every other day program at least for another 10 days to two weeks, and then we’ll take it from there as far as getting him consecutive-day workouts, and then get him back shortly after that.”
When LaVine does make his official debut with Chicago, he will start off by playing about 12 to 18 minutes per night, Hoiberg said.