After struggling for much of this month, the Chicago Bulls managed to overcome their injuries last time out. A matchup with the Minnesota Timberwolves could help keep them heading in the right direction.
The short-handed Bulls will try to earn back-to-back wins for only the second time since the beginning of February on Sunday night by adding to their recent dominance over the Timberwolves.
Still awaiting Derrick Rose's return, Chicago was also without Joakim Noah on Saturday against Central Division-leading Indiana. The Bulls still rallied from a 10-point deficit for an 87-84 win.
Luol Deng had a team-best 20 points, and veteran center Nazr Mohammed was one of four Chicago players to score in double figures in his second start this season.
"Everybody stepped up," forward Taj Gibson said. "We don't have time to worry about injuries. Whoever is out there has to do the job."
Noah is also expected to sit out Sunday's visit to Minnesota because of chronic plantar fasciitis in his r...