After suffering a bizarre pregame injury before Thursday night’s loss at Golden State, Carlos Boozer’s status is “day to day,” according to Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau. “Not sure yet. Still a little sore (Friday). So we’ll see,” the coach said before the team’s afternoon practice Saturday at UCLA. “We’ll just see where he is. The last time he wasn’t out long, but we’ll see.” Boozer was “very limited” by his strained left calf in the session as the team prepared for Sunday afternoon’s game against the Lakers at the Staples Center. The injury occurred as Boozer was “jumping around” while warming up for what was a defeat at the hands of the Warriors, reaggravating an ailment from last month. “Yeah, just one of those things,” Thibodeau said. “Things happen. They happen.” Of course, Boozer’s tenure with the Bulls began with another freak accident, when he injured his hand prior to the 2010-11 season.
Carlos Boozer 'day to day' as Bulls prepare for Lakers
CSN Chicago | Feb 9