- Nick Friedell, ESPN Staff Writer
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DEERFIELD, Ill. -- Chicago Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich, who has missed time with a strained groin, did some light shooting Sunday afternoon but his status for Wednesday night's regular season opener against the Sacramento Kings remains uncertain.
"(He's) day to day," Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau said Sunday. "He's improving."
Thibodeau did not want to guess at Hinrich's status for Wednesday, but he sounded optimistic that if Hinrich is able to practice the next couple days he would be able to play.
The veteran guard initially strained his right groin last Tuesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder. He sat out Friday night's preseason finale against the Indiana Pacers because of the injury, saying he was still too sore to do much running.
Hinrich, who signed as a free agent during the summer, also missed a game earlier in the preseason because of a thumb injury.
Kirk Hinrich limited his practice on Sunday and remains questionable for the Bulls' opener on Wednesday.