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http://www.dailyherald.com/sports/bulls.asp?id=30417A large part of Eddy Curry’s weekend stay at Rush University Medical Center was spent trying to recreate the arrhythmia he experienced before a game at Charlotte last Wednesday.
Despite the doctors’ best efforts, it never came back.
That’s one reason why the Bulls feel optimistic Curry will be in uniform soon, perhaps by Friday at New York.
Curry was discharged from the hospital Monday morning, but a few more tests were scheduled on an outpatient basis. He’s expected to resume basketball activity at the Berto Center today, while the Bulls open a three-game road trip in Miami.
“We are confident that he’s going to be fine,” said general manager John Paxson. “What he had in Charlotte is not present right now.
“He is undergoing (Monday) what’s called a CT angiogram. It’s a new technology test that measures blood flow. So we hope during the next 24, 48 hours after he’s introduced to activity and exercise, we’ll have all the data. If things go well, he’ll be playing by the end of the week is our hope. Obviously, that can change.”