Bulls Guard Leaves Game 4 With Injury

Chicago Bulls guard Alex Caruso left in the second quarter versus the Milwaukee Bucks after getting hit in the face and has been ruled out for the remainder of Game 4. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Caruso is being tested for a possible concussion. 

Not again. Caruso can't seem to catch a break. 

The 6-foot-4 guard already missed half the 2021-22 season. He was sidelined for 22 straight games midway through the campaign with a right wrist fracture, which he also suffered against the Bucks.

Caruso ended his night logging 17 minutes with four rebounds, four assists, and missing his lone attempt from the field. The 2020 NBA champ averaged 8.7 points and 4.3 assists through the first three games of this series and has played a huge part for Chicago in their playoff run so far.

The Bulls are already without starting point guard Lonzo Ball, who has been out since mid-January due to a torn meniscus.

Bulls fans will keep an eye out for updates regarding Caruso's injury. If he indeed suffered a concussion, there is a possibility he is out for the rest of the series.

Down 3-1 versus the reigning champs, things are looking bleak for the Bulls as they head into an elimination game in Milwaukee for Game 5.

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