April 2, 2022
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According to Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, the Chicago Bulls point guard Lonzo Ball is expected to be shut down for the remainder of the season.

Ball has been rehabbing from meniscus surgery in late January but continues to feel discomfort amid several recovery methods to return to action and a bone bruise in his knee.

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Before his knee injury, Lonzo Ball was the only player in the NBA this season with at least:

  • 100+ assists
  • 100+ rebounds
  • 40+ steals
  • 20+ blocks
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The Chicago Bulls are currently 45-33, sitting in fifth place in the Eastern Conference.

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