With training camp starting later this month, the eyes focused on Lonzo Ball’s knee injury are growing.
And recent reports have provided a little optimism for the Bulls point guard.
Reported by K.C. Johnson of NBCS Chicago, there’s ‘more positive than negative’ reports coming out of Chicago regarding Ball’s rehab.
Johnson on Bulls Talk Podcast:
“It’s a fluid situation and the last two times I’ve checked on him, I’ve heard more positive than negative.”
“I’m not saying that means he’s out there opening night. I’m not saying he’s playing all 82…What I’m saying is the skepticism that was earlier in the offseason has moved a little bit towards the optimism side.”
Any news that isn’t negative about Lonzo’s knee is good news at this point. After being unable to return to the floor after having surgery in late-January last season, still not being ready to go at this point in the offseason is certainly concerning but hearing there’s more optimism as of late is all the Bulls can ask for heading into training camp at the end of the month.