For a moment during Monday’s second half in Utah, it looked like the Bulls might have to play the rest of the game without Jimmy Butler.
Butler limped toward the bench after appearing to bang his right knee against Jazz guard Raul Neto late in the third quarter.
Butler appeared to be in some serious pain, but after being checked out by a trainer during a timeout, opted to stay in the game. And he seems to be okay. The Bulls All-Star has 12 points in the fourth quarter, including this ridiculous fadeaway three:
Butler has a game-high 25 as Chicago leads Utah 90-88.