CHICAGO (AP) -Charlotte forwards Gerald Wallace and Adam Morrison missed the Bobcats' game Friday night against the Chicago Bulls because of knee problems.
Wallace, averaging a team-leading 18.2 points, left Thursday's practice with soreness in both knees.
Morrison, second among NBA rookies at 11.9 points per game, missed his third consecutive game with a sprained left knee.
The Bobcats were also without center Jake Voskuhl (sore left knee), guard Matt Carroll (lower back spasms) and forward Sean May (bruised knee).

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