According to Chicago Breaking Sports, the Bulls will be playing without key contributors Joakim Noah and Kyle Korver:
The revolving door that is the Bulls' starting lineup continued to spin Wednesday with Joakim Noah sitting for the Raptors' game with flu-like symptoms and Kyle Korver out with a cyst in his left ankle.
Korver, in fact, may have to have surgery; SB Nation Chicago reported on this in The Deep Dish this morning:
CSN Chicago is reporting that Korver, considered day-to-day by head coach Tom Thibodeau, received a cortisone shot to quell the pain of a persistent cyst on his left ankle. And the ultimate kicker: If the shot doesn't enable Kyle to recover from the problem, he could need surgery. Although Korver isn't projected to be a starter at shooting guard, he still provides essential depth at the guard and small forward positions. His loss would hurt.
Tonight's game will be televised on CSN Chicago Plus at 6 p.m. CDT.