Celtics: Rajon Rondo, Ray Allen, Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, Kendrick Perkins
Bulls: Derrick Rose, John Salmons, Luol Deng, Brad Miller, Joakim Noah
Health Check: For the Celtics, Glen Davis (thumb) and Marquis Daniels (thumb) are both out.
For the Bulls, guards Kirk Hinrich (thumb) and Jannero Pargo (hip) are listed as day-to-day, while center Jerome James (achilles) and forward Tyrus Thomas (left radius fracture) are both out.
Keep It In Mind: Four of the five Bulls' projected starters played over 40 minutes against the Warriors last night.
Who's Hot: For the Celtics, Rajon Rondo shot 10-20 against the Wizards on Thursday and finished with 21 points and 11 assists.
For the Bulls, Joakim Noah shot 9-14 against the Warriors last night and finished with 18 points, 14 rebounds and three blocks.
Who's Not: For the Celtics, Rasheed Wallace, Eddie House and Shelden Williams were a combined 3-10 against Washington on Thursday.
For the Bulls, John Salmons is shooting just 38.7 percent from the field this season, 33 percent from three-point nation and is coming off a 4-16, 11-point effort against the Warriors.
Key Matchup: Rajon Rondo vs. Derrick Rose
Honorable Mention: Kendrick Perkins vs. Joakim Noah and Paul Pierce vs. Luol Deng
Skinny: For the second consecutive game, the Celtics must be weary of the rebounding battle, as Chicago gets after it on the boards. However, the Celtics managed to out-rebound the Wizards on Thursday, 40-34, after the Wizards entered the game as the league's seventh-best rebounding squad.
The Bulls are currently ranked 28th in the league in team scoring (90.85 points per game) and have only reached the century mark twice. If the Celtics can clamp down on the defensive end (preferably early on), they shouldn't have too much trouble walking out of Chicago with their 10th straight win.