Chandler Hutchison out vs. Portland; Tomas Satoransky gametime decision

K.C. Johnson

PORTLAND, Ore. --- If the Bulls are going to even their season series with the Trail Blazers, they're going to have to do so without Chandler Hutchison and possibly without Tomas Satoransky.

According to coach Jim Boylen, the initial read of the MRI exam performed on Hutchison's sprained right shoulder showed no dislocation or labrum injury but that it will be re-read. Hutchison, who suffered the injury early in Wednesday's loss to the Warriors, had just returned from sore shins and also missed time with a strained hamstring. Boylen called Hutchison's latest injury "a soft tissue-type sprain."

Satoransky suffered a sprained big left toe in Wednesday's loss and didn't participate in Friday's morning shootaround at Moda Center. Boylen called him questionable but also said he's a gametime decision. 

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Ryan Arcidiacono is playing through a banged-up right elbow for the Bulls, who already are without Otto Porter Jr. and Cristiano Felicio.

The Bulls lost to the Trail Blazers at the United Center Monday and are 0-1 on this three-game trip, which concludes Monday against the Kings in Sacramento, Calif.

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