Taj Gibson is not expected to be suspended for his actions during Wednesday's Game 3, sources tell Chris Tomasson of FoxSports Florida.
The Chicago Tribune believes Taj Gibson has a "small chance" of getting suspended for Game 3.
Taj Gibson picked up two quick technical fouls in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's Game 2 and was ejected.
Taj Gibson is fully expected to play in Game 7 vs. Brooklyn.
Taj Gibson (illness) entered the game in the first quarter on Thursday.
Taj Gibson (illness) is a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 6 vs. the Nets.
Taj Gibson did not practice on Wednesday due to an illness.
Taj Gibson reiterated that his knee is feeling much better than it had previously.
Taj Gibson said his knee feels good but he could still be limited depending on how his body reacts to playing.
Taj Gibson (knee) returned to action on Monday against the Magic, scoring 12 points on 5-of-11 shooting with two blocks in 21 minutes.
Taj Gibson (knee) won't play on Sunday but he hasn't been ruled out for games on Monday and Wednesday.
Taj Gibson (knee) could return to the Bulls during the next three games.
Taj Gibson (knee) and Derrick Rose (knee surgery) will not play on Thursday against the Knicks, while Luol Deng is a game-time decision after participating in shootaround.
The Bulls are calling Taj Gibson (knee) day-to-day after he missed Tuesday's game against the Raptors.