The ability to win despite injuries to key players has become the story of the Bulls' season, and that's not likely to change now that versatile forward Luol Deng has revealed he has a torn ligament in his left wrist that may or may not require surgery.

The player coach Tom Thibodeau recently described as the "glue" that holds his team together will attempt to manage the pain while playing with the injury and is week-to-week.

"I know it's a bad injury, and it sounds terrible, but I think it will be fine," Deng said after practice Tuesday at the Berto Center. "We've got a good team, a lot of guys who can play. I know how it feels. Everybody will talk about it, but it will be fine."