Dwyane Wade Out Remainder of Season for Bulls

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Mar/16/2017

The Chicago Bulls betting market just took a tremendous hit with news that star player Dwyane Wade will be out for the remainder of this season.

The Bulls guard has a sprain and a small fracture in his right elbow.

"Not a good scenario, but kind of what I thought," Wade said Thursday. "I told [the training staff] I heard a 'pop, pop.' I said that yesterday. Pretty much a dislocation at the time and it went back in. So kind of dealing with the aftermath of what that looks like and this is what it looks like."

The Bulls-Wizards line was OFF THE BOARD as of Thursday afternoon.

- Tyrone Black, Gambling911.com

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