Ronnie Brewer out for Bulls-Bucks game. Keith Bogans will start.
I don't want to make a bigger deal of it than it is, which is probably mostly irrelevant. However, Brewer missed most of last year with a hamstring injury and is suffering another hamstring injury.
That's not a good sign when considering a few things.
This injury might linger around all year. If he already tweaked it and had injuries after the off-season, then odds of him tweaking it with regular playing time seem worse. I don't know that it's so severe that he couldn't play through it, and in fact, I suspect if this was a regular season game he'd go.
However, that brings up the second point. Brewer's primary skill set is based on his disruptive athleticism, and if he's playing a sore hamstring he may be limited at what he does best.
Nothing to get into a panic about, but it is something to monitor. If Brewer is struggling with health through preseason when the regular season starts then the Bulls depth will be pushed right out of the gates considering the Boozer injury.