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Little-used guard Daequan Cook has appeared in two playoff games, logging a measly 0.5 minutes per contest. While 0.5 minutes isn’t a lot, it’s better than nothing right?
Malcolm Thomas didn’t play much during the regular season, and he hasn’t played much in the playoffs, so far, either.
He has played just one postseason game, picking up one minute of action. An incomplete grade only makes sense.
Marquis Teague is a rookie, and you know what that means—he doesn’t play much. Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau doesn’t play first-year guys major minutes. That’s just how it is.
Teague has appeared in two contests, putting up one point per game in 1.5 minutes.
This has been a miserable year for Richard Hamilton.
During the regular season, he missed over 30 games due to injury and eventually lost his starting shooting guard spot.
Sadly, Hamilton has fallen out of Thibideau’s rotation. The three-time All-Star has appeared in just one contest this postseason (Game 1), going scoreless in seven minutes of action.