Chicago Bulls Injury Report vs. Magic: DeMar DeRozan QUESTIONABLE, Alex Caruso PROBABLE

The Chicago Bulls injury report vs. the Orlando Magic has been unveiled. DeMar DeRozan is QUESTIONABLE to play against the Magic, while Alex Caruso is PROBABLE. DeRozan is questionable due to personal reasons, while Caruso is dealing with a left toe sprain. DeRozan has only missed one game this year, while Caruso has missed two.

In addition, Lonzo Ball remains out, as he is expected to miss the entirety of the season. Dalen Terry is also OUT while dealing with left patella tendon tendinitis. All three of the Bulls’ two-way players – Adama Sanogo, Justin Lewis, and Onrulap Bitim – are also unavailable for the game, as they are in the G League.

Meanwhile, Orlando is dealing with a few injury issues of their own.

Wendell Carter Jr. and Markelle Fultz are both OUT against the Bulls. Carter Jr. has a fracture in his left third metacarpal, and Fultz has left knee tendinitis. Meanwhile, Jalen Suggs is QUESTIONABLE to play against Chicago as he deals with left knee soreness.

The Bulls are on a two-game losing streak and will be heading into their second-straight matchup with the Magic, having lost the previous one by a score of 96-94. Paolo Banchero iced the game in the final moments with a mid-range game-winner.

Chicago has lost two of their last eight games and is just 4-8 on the season, which places them in 12th place in the Eastern Conference.

With rumblings of the Bulls potentially blowing up their roster at the trade deadline, their next stretch of games could determine the course of their season.

Story originally appeared on Lonzo Wire