Chicago Sun-Times

Hinrich, Thomas game-time decisions

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MIAMI -- Neither guard Kirk Hinrich (bruised right quadriceps) or forward Tim Thomas (hyper-extended left knee) participated in this morning's shootaround. Whether they play tonight against the Miami Heat will be determined right before tip-off.

"They'll warm up before the game and see how loose they can get," Bulls coach Vinny Del Negro said. "If they can give us some minutes, they will."

Hinrich suffered the injury Friday against the Milwaukee Bucks when he was kneed by the Bucks' Richard Jefferson. Thomas missed two games with the injury before returning to play limited minutes against Milwaukee.

The Bulls are hoping Hinrich can play to help defend the Heat's Dwyane Wade, the NBA's leading scorer.

"I plan on playing," Hinrich said. "I'm just trying to get it loosened up, working on my range of motion."

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I think you guys have made a mistake in the paper. In the paper it says that Dwanye Wade made 47 points in the game. BUt in the stats to the right it says he made 48. This is the same with Salmons. It says that Salmons and Rose score 23 each but on the right it says Salmons scored 29.

PS. Derrick Rose I am your BIGGEST fan ever. You Rock!!!!!!!

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