Boylen: 'It's heartbreaking' LaVine, Dunn, Markkanen have rarely shared court
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Injuries have hindered the ability of the Chicago Bulls' Zach LaVine, Kris Dunn, and Lauri Markkanen to play together over the past year.

"It's heartbreaking," Bulls head coach Jim Boylen said of the young trio's checkered injury history Wednesday, according to 670 The Score's Cody Westerlund. "The injury thing is out of your control. It's very difficult. But we'll get them together when they're available and evaluate from there."

Since the beginning of last season, LaVine, Dunn, and Markkanen have logged just 266 minutes together over 14 games heading into Wednesday's contest against the Brooklyn Nets. Last year, they missed a combined 102 games.

"I don't know what else to do, really," Boylen added. "Other teams go through it. It's part of the league. We just have to do the best we can when it's possible to play them together."

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