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Nets' Farmar, Murphy out vs. Bulls

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The New Jersey Nets will be without guard Jordan Farmar (knee) and forward Troy Murphy (flu) when they face the Bulls this afternoon at the United Center.

The Bulls, other than Joakim Noah (thumb surgery), are completely healthy.

Farmar is one of the players New Jersey coach Avery Johnson would have used to defend Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, so the Nets will have to improvise there.

"Rose creates all kind of havoc for your defense," Johnson said. "You can game plan him all you want, but he finds a way to beat your defense. We have to do a good job today of trying to make him play some defense so he won't be able to save himself for offense."

Boozer excused from practice

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Forward Carlos Boozer didn't attend the Bulls' practice session at the Berto Center on Thursday. Coach Tom Thibodeau he was excused and will play Friday afternoon when the Bulls host the New Jersey Nets at the United Center.

"He's out for personal reasons today," Thibodeau said. "He'll be back tomorrow."

Rose third in All-Star voting

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Derrick Rose remains third at guard in the latest voting returns released Thursday to determine the starters for the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat leads all guards in the Eastern Conference followed by Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics. The top two vote-getters will start and Rose trails Rondo by about 50,000 votes.

"It would be great," Rose said of starting, "but just get me on the team. Let me be the water boy or something like, the towel boy, let me run the clock or something. I'll be good."

Rose third in All-Star voting

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Derrick Rose remains third at guard in the latest voting returns released Thursday to determine the starters for the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat leads all guards in the Eastern Conference followed by Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics. The top two vote-getters will start and Rose trails Rondo by about 50,000 votes.

"It would be great," Rose said of starting, "but just get me on the team. Let me be the water boy or something like, the towel boy, let me run the clock or something. I'll be good."

Rose third in All-Star voting

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Derrick Rose remains third at guard in the latest voting returns released Thursday to determine the starters for the NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles.

Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat leads all guards in the Eastern Conference followed by Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics. The top two vote-getters will start and Rose trails Rondo by about 50,000 votes.

"It would be great," Rose said of starting, "but just get me on the team. Let me be the water boy or something like, the towel boy, let me run the clock or something. I'll be good."

Thomas helps shut down Bucks' Bogut

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Although Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut missed some shots he normally makes, you have to give Bulls center Kurt Thomas a lot credit for holding Bogut to four points on 2-for-12 shooting.

Thomas played solid post defense and never let Bogut get into any sort of rhythm.

"Kurt Thomas did a phenomenal job," Bulls forward Carlos Boozer said. "That's go-to and Kurt did a great job against Bogut."

Thomas played with the Bucks last season and faced Bogut every day in practice.

"He's very talented," Thomas said of Bogut. "He can shoot the jump hook with either hand, he's very athletic and can really get off his feet, he has great tough around the basket and is a good finisher. He runs the floor well. He's a big body and he knows how to use it. He's very solid. He wasn't a No. 1 pick for nothing."

Milwaukee's Earl Boykins suspended for game with Bulls

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Milwaukee Bucks guard Earl Boykins has been suspended for one game for making contact with an official during Monday night's game against the Atllanta Hawks. Boykins will serve his suspension tonight and won't play against the Bulls at the United Center.

"It's unfortunate," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "He didn't mean it; it was kind of incidental contact. But on the other hand, the league's very clear about that and I understand it. It's one of those unfortunate things."

Boykins had been starting at point guard in place of injured starter Brandon Jennings. Keyon Dooling will start against the Bulls.

Bulls have 20-20 vision again

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With his 31 points Sunday night in Detroit, Carlos Boozer raised his season scoring average to 20.4 points. Derrick Rose is averaging 24.3 points, so the Bulls now officially have two 20-point scorers for the first time since the championship era when Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen formed one of the best dynamic duos in NBA history.

Of course, Rose and Boozer aren't in the class of Jordan and Pippen, but the fact they have already formed a potent one-two offensive punch is a great sign that the Bulls are on track to becoming title contenders again soon.

The most encouraging sign is that Boozer, who returned from a broken hand Dec. 1, isn't yet in top form, although he said following the game against the Pistons he's nearly there.

"I'm starting to feel good," he said. "I'm feeling more and more comfortable out there. I'm feeling the game a little bit quicker and the game is slowing down for me so I can make my moves and react a little quicker. The game's slowing down for me."

King returns to Oklahoma because of mom's death

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In case you were wondering why Bill Wennington was working with Neil Funk on the Bulls' telecast from Detroit Sunday night, it was because Stacey King's mother, Lois Jean King, passed away on Saturday and King returned to Oklahoma.

Wennington usually is the analyst on the team's radio broadcast. Play-by-play man Chuck Swirsky worked Sunday's game solo.

Defending three key to Bulls' Xmas win

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NEW YORK -- The last time the Bulls played the New York Knicks, the Knicks made 16 three-pointers to score a 120-112 victory at the United Center on Nov. 4.

The Bulls have gotten better closing out to the three-point line since then. How much better will be on display today.

"I think we're better, but that's their strength," Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said. "They put a lot of pressure on you in a lot of different ways, so it's not only covering the line, but you have to take care of the ball in the pick-and-roll. You have to take care of the ball, the paint and then react out to the line.

"Once they get going, if they get going early, it makes for a long night. They're gonna take 25 to 30 [three-pointers] and we have to be ready and we have to challenge them."

The game certainly will have a Christmas-y appearance. The Bulls will wear their tradition red road uniforms, while the Bulls will wear green.

Veteran Thomas to keep starting nod

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NEW YORK -- Taj Gibson was back at practice on Friday, but Kurt Thomas will remain in the starting lineup at center when the Bulls face the New York Knicks on Christmas Day.

The question posed to coach Tom Thibodeau was whether Thomas will continue to start for the foreseeable future.

"As of right now, but that's subject to change depending on who we're playing," Thibodeau said. "I like the size and strength of Kurt and I think it's a good combination with Carlos [Boozer]."

Gibson missed Tuesday's game against Philadelphia after suffering a concussion last weekend. He was cleared to play the following night in Washington, but Thibodeau played him only 31 seconds because he hadn't practiced.

After virtually not playing at all, Thomas, 38, has stepped in and played well since center Joakim Noah went down with a thumb injury. Some are surprised that one of the NBA's senior citizens has been so productive, but not Thibodeau.

"To be honest, that's kind of what I expected," he said. "He's been a terrific post defender, team defender, his entire career. He came in as a rookie doing it and he's done it for 18 years now. He's very professional, he stays ready and whenever he's called upon he performs well."

Gibson sits out most of first half

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WASHINGTON -- Taj Gibson was cleared to play earlier in the day and is on the active roster for tonight's game with the Washington Wizards. But the 6-9 forward didn't get off the bench until the final minute of the first half after Carlos Boozer picked up his third foul.

Before that point, Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau had gone with a three-man rotation of Boozer, Kurt Thomas and Omer Asik at power forward and center.

Gibson to play; won't start against Wizards

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WASHINGTON -- After sitting out Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers in Chicago, Taj Gibson has been cleared to play tonight when the Bulls play the Washington Wizards at the Verizon Center.

"I feel way better," Gibson said. "I'm gonna just go out there and try."

Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said Gibson will come off the bench and how many minutes he plays will be determined by his effectiveness. Kurt Thomas will start at center.

Gibson sits out practice

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Taj Gibson, who suffered a concussion on Saturday, didn't practice today and is listed as doubtful for Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers.

"He's still not feeling great, so we held him out today," coach Tom Thibodeau said. "He's feeling better, but he still had some symptoms. We want to be cautious with it."

If Gibson doesn't play, either rookie Omer Asik or veteran Kurt Thomas will make the start at center.

Gibson likely to start vs. Clips

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Although coach Tom Thibodeau stopped short of naming someone to take Joakim Noah's starting spot at center for Saturday's game with the Los Angeles Clippers, he did say he was leaning towards Taj Gibson.

Whether he starts or not, Gibson figures to play starter's minutes during Noah's absence.

Noah surgery a success; out 8-10 weeks

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Joakim Noah had successful surgery to repair the ulna collateral ligament of his right thumb Thursday morning and the Bulls are still estimating that the 6-11 center will be sidelined eight to 10 weeks.

Former Bull Kirk Hinrich had similar surgery two years ago and was sidelined nine weeks before returning to action.

"Hopefully, it will be similar," trainer Fred Tedeschi said of Noah's recovery. "You've got to let the ligament heal. The biology is the biology, so hopefully it'll follow a good course and somewhere in the next eight to 10 weeks we'll get him back on the court."

Obviously, the loss of a player like Noah is a big deal. He is without a doubt one of the top 10 centers in the NBA and the Bulls don't another player who can step in and duplication his production.

But with that said, general manager Gar Forman believes the Bulls (16-8) will be able to survive, and perhaps even continue to prosper, during Noah's absence.

"Obviously, it's a loss, but I think we've got enough depth where we still have a chance to be competitive each and every night and have a chance to win," Forman said.

Coach Tom Thibideau hasn't said who would move into the starting lineup in Noah's place, but Taj Gibson, Omer Asik and Kurt Thomas all will see increased playing time.

"The biggest frustration for me is for Joakim because of everything he's put into it and now he has to sit for whatever this is, eight to 10 weeks," Forman said. "That's part of the game. You don't want to have injuries and now we've had two major injuries, but we do feel we have guys and it's gonna be an opportunity for them to step in."

Besides repairing the complete tear of the thumb ligament, the surgeons also treated two other sprained ligaments in the hand with injections.

Noah suffered the injury on Nov. 27 at Sacramento and Tedeschi said he was surprised he was able to play with it for nearly three weeks. Noah had 11 points and 11 rebounds in his finale Wednesday night in the Bulls 110-93 victory over the Toronto Raptors.

'I think this speaks a lot to Joakim's character, but everyone of these I've seen - either through pain or instability - they've never been able to play and surgery was immediately called into question," Tedeschi said.

"Joakim was able to function at a high level, which is very, very, very unusual for these injuries."

Noah to be sidelined 8-10 weeks following hand surgery

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After the Bulls' 110-93 win over the Toronto Raptors Wednesday night, the team announced that center Joakim Noah will undergo surgery Thursday morning at Rush University Medical Center to repair torn ligaments in his hand and will be sidelined eight to 10 weeks.

Noah had been playing with the condition since injuring the hand Nov. 27 in a game at Sacramento - he had 11 points and 11 rebounds in just over 26 minutes on Wednesday -- but the decision was made that surgery was the best option for everyone.

"I feel like it's tough not playing at a high level," Noah said. "It's hurting. I have to take anti-inflammatories every time I play, I can't practice. I have to get right and get back to this team.

"I'm gonna miss playing with the guys. It's frustrating because I feel like we have a chance to be really, really good and I've never been in a situation where we're winning like this. But I know in the long run this is what needs to be done."

The surgery will repair the ligament in his thumb and two others connected with fingers on the hand.

"It's disappointing for Jo, but for us we're confident in the ability of the guys that we have," coach Tom Thibodeau said. "We have more than enough to win with."

Said teammate Derrick Rose: "It's gonna hurt us missing a player like that, but I think that we have confidence in the other players that are coming in in his position. But we still have to go out there and play defense first."

Noah may face hand surgery

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TORONTO -- Even though he played his normal role in Wednesday night's game against the Toronto Raptors, Bulls center Joakim Noah soon could be shut down for a while because of a lingering problem with a ligament in his right thumb.

Noah was scheduled to be examined on Thursday after the Bulls return to the Chicago. According to a team source, if the doctors determine that surgery is necessary to correct the problem, Noah could be sidelined eight to 10 weeks. There are some in the organization, the source said, who believed surgery should be performed to ensure that he is ready for the stretch drive and the playoffs.

Noah, who entered the game averaging 14.2 points and 11.7 rebounds, played Wednesday because the Bulls determined he couldn't do any further damage.

"If that were the case, he wouldn't be playing," coach Tom Thibodeau said. "It's something that we have to keep our eye on. If he's not doing any more damage, he'll keep playing."

But there is a concern that the injury could linger all season. Noah originally injured it Nov. 27 at Sacramento and aggravated it a couple of times since then.

Despite the problem, Noah has managed to play effectively.

Rose will play tonight vs. Raptors

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TORONTO -- Point guard Derrick Rose is still a little sore with an assortment of ailments, but none is enough of an issue to keep him out of tonight's game against the Toronto Raptors at the Air Canada Centre.

Center Joakim Noah, who's been battling a ligament problem in his right hand, also will play.

"They're both going," Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said. "They went through shootaround no problem, so they're going."

Rose sore, but hopes to play in Toronto

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Derrick Rose didn't practice Tuesday and was wearing a brace on his right wrist, but the point guard said he expects to play Wednesday when the Bulls face the Toronto Raptors on the road.

"If it's up to me, I'm playing," he said. "Knowing that it's only sore, usually I can play through soreness."

Although the wrist was the biggest concern after he crashed to the floor late in the Bulls' 92-73 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Monday, Rose said that wasn't the body part giving him the most pain.

"My hip is really messed up," he said. "I've been just getting treatment, I'll get treatment on the plane and I'll get treatment in Toronto. Hopefully, for the game I should be alright.

"The wrist really isn't that bad. If anything, my elbow hurts more than my wrist. Right now, I'm a little beat up, but I should be able to play through it."

Rose wrist injury a sprain

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You can exhale, Bulls fans. Derrick Rose's right wrist injury has been diagnosed as just a sprain.

"X-rays were negative and we'll reevaluate him tomorrow," trainer Fred Tedeschi said after Rose was examined following the 92-73 victory over the Indiana Pacers Monday night at the United Center.

It's certainly good news that there are no broken bones, but it's too early to say how much (if any) time Rose will miss because of the injury.

"We'll see how he is tomorrow and kind of go from there," Tedeschi said.

"All the bones are in the right place, so from that point we know it's not too severe from the sprain standpoint. We'll keep our fingers crossed and hope it stays that way."

"He kind of tweaked his ankle, too, but thank God he had his braces on. That helped him a lot."

Pacers' Granger out tonight vs. Bulls

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Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will miss tonight's game against the Indiana Pacers with a sprained left ankle.

Granger leads the Pacers in scoring with an average of 21.1 points. He suffered the injury late in Saturday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks.

Granger had started all 22 Indiana games before tonight.

Lakers' Jackson: Bulls are winners

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One thing left in my notebook from the Bulls' 88-84 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night is a comment from Lakers coach Phil Jackson assessing the Bulls before the game.

"They've got the personnel and they seem dedicated to what they're doing," Jackson said of the Bulls. "It's tough sometimes for kids to come in and find a way and get their mind straight and become pros, but this crew seems to be coming to that level of professionalism that it takes to be serious about winning.

"We've said they're gonna be in this top five or six in the East, but right now they look like they're gonna be above that. They look like they could even be in the three or four spot."

Bryant: Rose can be the best

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Over the years, Kobe Bryant has had a lot of praise for other players, but the Lakers guard paid Derrick Rose the ultimate compliment when asked today how good can the Bulls point guard become.

"I think the sky's the limit for him," Bryant said following the Lakers' shootaround at the United Center. "You see now with the improvement he's made on his jump shot from last year to this year how much his game has really gone to another level.

"I think he's just scratched the surface. I think he's realizing now what a jump shot can do. Hopefully, he'll continue to work on it and he'll become a pure shooter."

What really has impressed Bryant, though, is the killer instinct Rose has shown on the court, especially at the end of the games this season.

"I don't think you can develop that," Bryant said. "I think you either have it or you don't and I think he's had it since he was in high school. That's what separates players of equal ability. It's about the engine you have inside. It certainly gives him an edge."

The perennial All-Star, who is still just 32, was asked if Rose is a worthy player for him to pass the torch to.

"Oh, sure," Bryant said. "[But] I'm not passing [bleep]."

Will Rose have to take it?

"He can certainly try," Bryant said.

Phil about UC visit: This is it

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Although some have expressed doubts whether Phil Jackson will indeed retire from coaching after this season, the Lakers coach (and former Bulls coach) sounded fairly certain when asked if tonight's Bulls-Lakers game will be his last in the United Center.

"It's definitely the last time I'll coach a game in this building," he said following the Lakers' shootaround at the UC. "I really don't spend a lot of time thinking about it, but I anticipate this will be the last time I coach in this building."

Jackson was asked if the memories start flowing every time he walks in the building.

"I look at how the maintenance guys keep the building and how well the floors are cleaned and everything else," he said. "It's always been one of the things about this building, it's well maintained. I say hi to the guys that seem to all be here.

"I was thinking today as I walked in, Madison Square Garden and this place are the two places that every time I walk in know most of the people in the building. They're a lot older than I thought they were gonna be."

One of the first things Jackson does after entering the main bowl of the building is check the banner honoring him in the rafters, which used to be in the West end with the Bulls' retired numbers but now is off to the side.

"I always look up there to make sure they have changed it or put it somewhere where they've hidden it," he said.

Naturally, someone asked if it will emotional walking off the court following the game since it likely will be the last time in this building.

"I doubt it," Jackson said. "I'm not a very emotional guy."

Boozer sits down the stretch

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An interesting aspect of the Bulls' 88-83 victory in Cleveland Wednesday night was coach Tom Thibodeau opting not to put Carlos Boozer back in the game in the fourth quarter.

When the starters returned about midway through the quarter, Thibodeau elected to go small with Luol Deng playing power forward and Kyle Korver (who was hot at the time) playing small forward.

"I liked Lu at the four just because it gave us another perimeter guy and it also would allow us to do some more switching," Thibodeau said. "That was the main reason for that, and they did a good job on him with their double teams, so it was hard to catch him."

Boozer had just four points and three rebounds in 21 minutes in the game.

Snowstorm blanketing downtown Cleveland

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CLEVELAND -- A Lake-effect snowstorm is currently dropping quite a bit of snow on the area of the city closest to Lake Erie. The storm has made getting to Quicken Loans Arena for tonight-Bulls-Cavaliers game quite an adventure.

The Bulls' hotel is only about two or three blocks away from the arena, but the bus trip took more than a half-hour.

The Cavs' players, many of whom live out in the suburbs inland, probably weren't aware how bad the traffic was getting into the heart of the city. As of about an hour before game time, the Cavs were still waiting for about seven players to arrive.

The Cavs, losers of five straight, haven't been showing up figuratively of late. Maybe tonight they won't literally show up.

Boozer: Facing LeBron-less Cavs 'different'

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Carlos Boozer started his career with the Cleveland Cavaliers and was a teammate of LeBron James for one season. He said it will be strange playing in Quicken Loans Arena Wednesday night without facing James.

"It'll definitely be different," Boozer said. "They're a very good team; they've got guys that can play. I've been playing against Antawn Jamison my entire career, [J.J.] Hickson's been playing great, Mo Williams is a great young point guard and [Anderson] Varejao, is always hustling, a very athletic guy.

"They have very good players. They compete every night. I know Byron Scott teams. Every Byron Scott team competes. We're looking forward to playing them."

Boozer: Rose is the Bulls go-to guy

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When power forward Carlos Boozer returned to the active roster last week, the Bulls suddenly had two players capable of being a primary scorer and drawing double teams from the defense.

But there's no dispute that point guard Derrick Rose is the guy the Bulls turn to take the big shot at the end of the game - just ask Boozer.

"He's that guy," Boozer said of Rose after the point guard hit a buzzer-beater at the end of regulation to force overtime in the Bulls' 119-116 victory. "I think he's proven that this entire season.

"It was an up-and-down game. We had a little bit of a lead and they came back in the third [quarter]. We come down the stretch back and forth, they're up by three points and we had no timeouts left. We just got him the ball, hit 'em with a couple of screens, got out the way and he came off and hit that three to put us into overtime.

"That's what he's been doing all season. He's been able to prove that he is that guy. When we need a basket, we go in to D-Rose and he'll get it for us."

Noah, KG exchange barbs, on and off court

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BOSTON -- After exchanging shoves on the court - both were assessed a technical foul in the second quarter following one episode -- Bulls center Joakim Noah and Celtics forward Kevin Garnett each tried to down play the bad blood between the two.

Their battles became a hot topic nationally after Noah called Garnett "mean" and "ugly" during a radio interview last month. Noah said Garnett was particularly harsh during his rookie season.

Following the Celtics' 104-92 win at the TD Garden, Noah tried to downplay their head-to-head battle Friday night and said it wasn't anymore intense.

"It's been like that every time, every time I play KG," he said. "That's just the way it is.

"It doesn't matter. Who cares? At the end of the day, they won the game. That's what's frustrating. I don't care about the other stuff. At the end of the day, it's talk, all talk. Nothing's gonna happen."

Garnett, who had 20 points and 17 rebounds, didn't launch a verbal assault at Noah afterward, but he wasn't exactly sending out peace offerings, either.

When asked if he was motivated by what Noah said, Garnett said:

"I'm gonna tell you something about people, man. Everybody has an opinion. I'm not entertaining nor addressing nobodies. I'm not entertaining that. I'm focused on basketball and these wins and trying to make this team better. Other than that, I'm not [commenting] on anything."

Naturally, someone asked if he considered Noah a nobody.

"Next question," Garnett said with a smile.

Noah, Garnett to meet as Bulls face Celtics

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BOSTON -- The Bulls and Boston Celtics meet tonight for the first time since Bulls center Joakim Noah called Celtics forward Kevin Garnett a "mean guy" a few weeks ago.

Noah said that Garnett was particularly harsh to him with on-court trash talk his rookie season and that he's usually mean to young players and European players.

Noah isn't the only player to be the target of Garnett's venom on the court. Earlier this season, Garnett drew some heat after Detroit's Charlie Villanueva revealed that the Celtics forward called him a "cancer patient" during a game.

Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau was an assistant with the Celtics before getting the Bulls' job and was asked at the team's shootaround this morning if the coaching staff ever approached Garnett about toning down his on-court antics.

"The first year, Doc [Rivers] asked him to tone it down and he was awful, so at halftime Doc told him to forget it and just go back to being who he is," Thibodeau said. "He was fine after that. That was like a one-game experiment. He's a fierce competitor and that's who he is. You don't want to take that away from him."

The Bulls, coming off a blowout loss to Orlando on Wednesday, should be at full strength tonight. Carlos Boozer and Taj Gibson both are expected to play.

Boozer to play tonight vs. Magic

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After a delay of five weeks because of a broken hand, Carlos Boozer will make his Bulls debut tonight against the Orlando Magic at the United Center.

Boozer cleared the final hurdle when his warmup about two hours before the game went well.

How long it will take Boozer to get in regular-season form is anyone's guess, but Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy believes adding Boozer to the Bulls' lineup is a big deal.

"Now they've got two guys, with him and Derrick Rose, they can really go to," Van Gundy said. "We've seen it early in the year with Rose. They just put the ball in his hands and basically he's created three-quarters of their shots, and that might be conservative.

"Now they've got a guy they can just give the ball to either at the elbow or down on the block. If he's one-on-one, he can get a good shot. He will draw a lot of double teams and create open looks for other people
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"When you have those kind of guys who can get their own shots, it just makes the offense easier for everybody."

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