Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine has not seen much court action this season and is likely to stay this way. An ACL tear last year forced LaVine to the sidelines as part of the Minnesota Timberwolves. He made his debut with the Bulls in January and scored 14 points in a win against the Pistons. In 24 games, the two-time slam dunk champion has logged in 16.7 points in 27.3 minutes per game. It seemed like a good start for LaVine. However, a minor tendinitis in his left knee may very well end his season. As reported by Vincent Goodwill of NBC SportsChicago, the Bulls are re-evaluating LaVine.