Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau didn’t reveal much about the state of his team’s walking wounded.

“Let’s see: Kirk [Hinrich] is good, Jo[akim Noah's] feeling a little better, Marco [Belinelli's] a little better — that’s about it. Taj [Gibson] is good,” he said after Tuesday afternoon’s practice at the Berto Center, a spirited affair, featuring an extended one-on-one series that involved the likes of reserves Nazr Mohammed, rookie Marquis Teague, swingman Daequan Cook, forward Vladimir Radmanovic and 10-day contract signee Malcolm Thomas, as well as Derrick Rose. “Rip did a little bit more, but still not fully practicing. Derrick did everything.”

Starters Noah and Belinelli weren’t full participants and are game-time decisions against the Heat, according to Thibodeau.

Regardless of their opponent, health continues to be an ongoing concern for the Bulls, who have a two-game winning streak after beating Indiana and Minnesota in a home-and-away back-to-back set of games over the weekend.

“We’re a pretty confident group and we’re well-coached. We’ve got hard workers, so we feel — even when no one else does — that we can beat anybody. We feel like injuries played a role,” said Mohammed, who started for Noah against the Timberwolves. “When we’re firing on all cylinders, we can beat any team in this league.”

Hinrich added: “It’s vital, no question. When we are healthy, we could be a formidable team in the playoffs.”