Mirotic was injured late in the fourth quarter after a collision with O.J. Mayo. He was also involved in a skirmish with Zaza Pachulia that resulted in Pachulia's second technical foul and subsequent ejection.
Mirotic scored eight points and brought down four rebounds in the game.
News: Bulls guard Jimmy Butler scored a game-high 31 points in Monday's 91-82 win over the Bucks in Game 2 of the first round of the playoffs.
Butler scored 14 of his points in the fourth quarter, which included sinking three three-point field goals. The first three-pointer tied the game up at 74-74 and Butler took over from there. His third three of the quarter put the Bulls up 89-80 with 2:20 left in the game.
Butler also had nine rebounds and two assists. He went 10 of 19 from the field and 8 of 14 from the free-throw line. He finished 3 of 9 from behind the arc.
Pachulia got into a confrontation with Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic in the fourth quarter and both players were assessed technical fouls. Pachulia scored seven points and grabbed six rebounds before being ejected.
Evans was able to participate in pre-game warmups. He's dealing with a bone bruise in his knee sustained in Saturday's Game 1 loss to Golden State. Evans came into the day questionable and was a game-time decision.
Holiday is dealing with lingering pain from a stress reaction in his leg. He was hopeful of playing but was also deemed questionable and a game-time decision. In games Holiday has played in since returning from the injury, he's seen his minutes limited.
Parker is still recovering from ACL surgery in December, making the decision for him not to play in summer league understandable. Parker has previously been non-committal on when he'll be able to return from the injury.
"The days in between last game and this game, I was able to get some work in, get my conditioning right, get the work in," Crawford said. "It just felt normal."
Crawford scored 17 points on 7-of-10 shooting during Game 1's win over the Spurs.
"To be out five weeks and not be able to do anything but watch, I mean, you can take some good things from it, but it was more bad than good for me," Crawford said. "You want to be out there so bad and help your team and just be part of the guys."
Parsons has a right knee injury but was able to play 37 minutes in Saturday's playoff-opener, a 118-108 loss to the Rockets. Harris has an injury to his big toe and was unable to finish Saturday's game.
“They did not do anything today on the court,” Mavericks coach Rick Carlisle said. “They did lifting and some rehab work. They’re listed as questionable and see where we are tomorrow.”
Both Parsons and Harris are listed as questionable for Game 2 on Tuesday.
Rose was able to play 27 minutes and scored 23 points in Game 1's victory over the Nets. While Rose will not be limited, Thibodeau said the team remains cautious with Rose making his way back from knee surgery.
Teletovic has been out since late January due to blood clots that developed in his lungs. He's been on blood thinners, though recent blood analysis came back as normal. He's been cleared for basketball activities.
"I feel pretty good," Teletovic said, via NorthJersey.com. "I mean, people think that I’ve been sitting the last three months. I didn’t really. Like after the first three weeks I was out I started working out and I’m in pretty good shape for now."
It still seems unlikely he'll be able to play against the Hawks in Game 2 on Wednesday.
“Now it’s more up to coaches,” Teletovic said. “Because they have the team they play for the last three months and they’ve been functioning pretty good and now if they don’t me to be lagging kind of behind or something like that. So, i mean, it’s their decision. I think they know what they’re doing.”
With the Hawks and Timberwolves this season, as a rookie, Payne averaged 6.7 points and 5.1 rebounds in 32 games. Payne was the Hawks' first-round pick in 2014 but was traded to the Timberwolves in February.
News: Hawks forward Paul Millsap shot just 2 of 11 from the field during the Game 1 win over the Nets and he said a protective pad he wore on his shoulder did affect his shooting, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
"Right now, it's because of the pad," Millsap said. "Trying to protect it, it kind of restricts it a little bit."
Millsap was undecided if he would wear the protective pad for Game 2 on Wednesday, but said he won't take medication to reduce the pain.
"The shoulder is fine," Millsap said. "It will be all right… I'm not into pain pills and injections. You can ask the trainers. I hate taking pills."
News: Hawks forward Al Horford, who suffered a dislocated pinky finger in the second half of Sunday's victory over the Nets, said there was "still some question" about whether he would be available for Game 2 of the playoff series Wednesday, per TNT's David Aldridge.
X-rays on the finger came back negative and Horford played in the second half of the game with the digit heavily bandaged. But after undergoing treatment all night, Horford remains in pain.
He finished with 10 points and 10 rebounds in Game 1.