Wednesday was supposed to be the last day of two-a-days for the Bulls, but coach Vinny Del Negro decided to cancel the evening session. Instead, the team had a longer morning practice.
"I thought the guys gave great effort for four straight days with double sessions," Del Negro said. "I just thought we'd have one long practice today, and we got a lot out of it."
Except for backup center Aaron Gray, who went down Tuesday with a stress fracture in his lower left leg, the Bulls made it through the four days of double sessions healthy.
"I feel bad for Aaron; he's had a productive summer," Del Negro said. "We hate to lose him and it would have been a great time for him to get some experience under his belt in the exhibition season. But you can't control the injuries and now he just has to condition himself and try to stay in the best shape he can."
Gray is expected to be sidelined six to eight weeks, so he's likely to miss the first month of the regular season.