The Chicago Bulls are concerned with finding a way to end their recent offensive struggles, and it remains uncertain when Derrick Rose can help.
A visit to Sacramento could provide an immediate fix.
The Bulls look to avoid a fifth consecutive road loss Wednesday night while trying for a sixth straight victory over the Kings, who could be without their top player.
Chicago (35-28) ranks near the bottom of the NBA in scoring (92.3 points per game) and field-goal percentage (43.4), but has fared even worse during this four-game road skid with an average of 82.0 points on 36.4 percent shooting. Carlos Boozer has averaged 7.5 points in that span, compared to 22.5 in the last four home games.
Boozer shot 4 of 16 on Sunday as the Bulls hit 37.1 percent - their best effort in the last three overall - in a 90-81 road loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. It was their third defeat in four games and dropped them to 7-11 since the start of February.
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