Bulls’ Omer Asik Out Indefinitely With Arthritis

Bulls‘ center Omer Asik is out indefinitely with inflammatory arthritis, the team announced. Asik has been receiving medical treatment but his return to basketball activities is yet to be determined, the announcement noted.

Asik, 32, was re-acquired by Chicago in February as part of the deal that sent Nikola Mirotic to the Pelicans. The Turkish big man only appeared in four games with the Bulls, averaging 1.0 PPG. Asik  — originally drafted by the Trail Blazers but immediately traded to the Bulls in 2008 — started his career in Chicago, playing for the Bulls in his first two NBA seasons.

In 152 career games with the Bulls, Asik has averages of 2.9 PPG and 4.4 RPG.

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5 thoughts on “Bulls’ Omer Asik Out Indefinitely With Arthritis

  1. Come on guys, you are just jealous this guy has got minted by doing nothing for 10 years. Green monster coming over the hill!!!

  2. thebare54

    Trolls who made there J R High teamshut upand buy the tickets live your dream through your kids lol

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