Zach LaVine not expected to miss significant time due to knee injury




Take a sign of relief, Bulls fans.

On Saturday morning, Zach LaVine underwent an MRI after tweaking his left knee and not returning to Friday night's loss to the Golden State Warriors.

The team announced on Saturday that the MRI 'revealed no significant structural damage to his left knee' and 'is not expected to miss significant time.'

LaVine has began therapy on the knee and the team and training staff will reassess his injury next week.

Stay tuned to Lonzo Wire for updates on LaVine's injury.

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