The New Orleans Hornets have been without point guard Jarrett Jack for the last three games due to a sore left knee and the team with the second-worst record in the league could certainly use his help on Wednesday when the team with the best record overall, the Chicago Bulls, come to town.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that it could happen: Jack practiced with the team Tuesday and coach Monty Williams said he was moving well.
"He had a good workout today and we'll see how he feels [Wednesday]," Williams said, according to the paper. "We certainly need him. I'm playing [backup] Greivis [Vasquez] way too many minutes for my liking. I think from this point forward, he and Jack can pretty much split minutes."
The 28-year-old Jack is averaging 15.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 6.8 points per game.