The Bulls' good fortune on the injury front didn't even last 2 1/2 games.
An MRI exam on Michael Carter-Williams revealed a bone bruise in his left knee and no ligament damage. The Bulls said the injury will sideline the reserve guard for four to six weeks. Carter-Williams also suffered a sprained left wrist on the play, which occurred when he landed awkwardly while trying to guard Sean Kilpatrick early in the second quarter of Monday's victory over the Nets.
"He just kind of got his leg caught a little bit, a little bit of a hyperextension," coach Fred Hoiberg said.
If Carter-Williams is out four weeks, he...