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 CHICAGO (AP) -Chicago Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich sat out Thursday night's game against the San Antonio Spurs with a sprained right ankle.
Hinrich initially hurt his ankle in Tuesday night's win over New Jersey when he stepped on teammate Larry Hughes' foot. He tried to warm up Thursday night but said his mobility was limited.
``It kind of swelled up on me the last couple of days and I wasn't moving really well on it,``Hinrich said. ``I feel like I could go, but I don't think I can move, don't think I'd be very effective. Any kind of planting or moving is really bothering me.''
Ben Gordon moved into the starting lineup to replace Hinrich.
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