Bulls Vs. Bucks: Rip Hamilton, C.J. Watson Out Wednesday Night

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The Bulls will have to defend their league-best record without help from two of the key contributors, starting SG Richard Hamilton and reserve G C.J. Watson. According to CSN Chicago, both players will miss Wednesday night's game against the Milwaukee Bucks:

Richard "Rip" Hamilton has only played in 16 games in the 2011-12 NBA Season, struggling with various leg and shoulder injuries, while C.J. Watson has played in 27 games this season and is currently struggling with an ankle sprain.


Related: Richard Hamilton Shoulder Injury May Be Serious, Thibs Says Not Just A Stinger

In Hamilton's limited action with the Bulls this year, he has averaged a career low 15.8 points per 36 minutes, despite one of his best field goal percentages -- .452 -- of his career.

The Bulls take the court at 7:00 p.m. CST, hoping to improve their NBA-best 32-8 record.

For updates on the matchup, stay tuned to SB Nation Chicago. For more in-depth coverage, visit Blog a Bull and Brew Hoop. News and notes from around the NBA are available at SB Nation's NBA news hub.

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