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And-Ones: Butler, Bulls, Dragic, Muscala

Jimmy Butler is headed for an MRI exam on Monday after leaving the Bulls‘ game on Sunday in the third quarter with a hyperextended left elbow, as K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune writes.  From that point, the Bulls should find out how much time Butler will miss, if any.  Here’s more from around the Association..

  • Johnson also notes that ESPN analyst and former head coach Jeff Van Gundy continued his spat with Bulls management during Sunday’s telecast of Bulls-Clippers.  Van Gundy went out of his way to mention executive vice president of basketball operations John Paxson‘s trade of LaMarcus Aldridge for Tyrus Thomas.
  • For the Heat, the question that should be asked of Goran Dragic is not whether he is a good player, but whether he is the kind of player that can put them ahead of the Eastern Conference’s elite like the Cavs, Bulls, and Hawks in the long-term, Moke Hamilton of Basketball Insiders writes.  In a league where there are plenty of capable point guards, one could make the case that the only ones with max salaries should be the ones that are either the final piece to a championship or an MVP-caliber performer.  In Hamilton’s estimation, Dragic is neither.
  • The Hawks announced that they have assigned forward/center Mike Muscala to the Fort Wayne Mad Ants of the D-League.  In five games with Fort Wayne this season, Muscala has averaged 14.4 PPG, 8.8 RPG, 1.6 APG, and 1.2 BPG.  He has appeared in 20 games for the Hawks this season with averages of 3.6 PPG and 2.1 RPG in 8.4 minutes per contest.  On Saturday night, he tallied four blocks against the Heat.
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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Butler, Bulls, Dragic, Muscala

  1. Ralph Esposito

    Is Jeff Van Gumby still pist about all the whippings his teams used to get courtesy of the Bulls? Sounds like he needs to grow up, stop being a wuss and get over it.

  2. Nick Butler

    Jeff Van Gundy should not be allowed to announce Bulls games. His hatred for the Bulls goes all the way back to the Jordan days and it pains him to see the Bulls have success. There was one point during the game where he mentioned that the Bulls can’t complain about a bad call because they got all the calls during the 90’s. He was never able to beat Jordan’s Bulls and continues to try to bring them down anytime he announces one of their games. Yes the Aldridge trade was a mistake but what gm hits 100% on trades.

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