Curry was not scheduled to return to Chicago until Friday, when
he is expected to be examined by team doctors.
"You wouldn't be human if you weren't worried about it," coach
Scott Skiles said. "He'll be re-examined tomorrow, so we'll just
have to wait and see."
The 22-year-old warmed up for Wednesday night's game -- which the
Bulls won 102-99 -- but was a late scratch for what was listed as
The Chicago Tribune reported that Curry spent the game hooked up
to a heart monitor having tests performed.
"Right before the game, I felt some lightheadedness and
dizziness," Curry said after the game. "It came out of nowhere,
so it really kind of scared me a little bit."
Curry would not comment on whether his problems were
"I talked to him before the game and he told me he had chest
pains," fellow prep-to-pro Tyson Chandler said Thursday. "I kind
of laughed at him and said it wasn't that serious.
"I really honestly don't know what is going on. Now, I just
think everybody's thoughts are with him. And we are really
concerned how he's feeling, more so having to be in this situation
in another city."
General manager John Paxson declined comment pending test
The Bulls' chartered plane had equipment problems after
Wednesday's game and the team was forced to spend the night in a
Charlotte hotel, where Curry was monitored overnight. He did not
accompany the team on Thursday morning's flight out.
The 6-11, 285-pound Curry has started 60 games for the Bulls
this season. He leads the team in scoring at 16.1 points per game,
averaging five rebounds and nearly 29 minutes. He's shooting 54
Curry is in his fourth NBA season after making the jump from
Thornwood High School in suburban Chicago to the pros. Curry was
the fourth overall pick of the 2001 draft.
He had scored at least 25 points in each of his two previous
games, and the Bulls had a seven-game winning streak entering play