Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau maintained the air of mystery surrounding newly-acquired shooting guard Richard Hamilton's status for Tuesday's preseason gameafter the Bulls' Monday afternoon practice at the United Center, but one of his players spilled the beans.Thibodeau said he would decide whether Hamilton would play following Tuesday morning's shootaround, but power forward Carlos Boozer told reporters, "He'll play Tuesday," when asked about his new teammate.Boozer's claim confirmed what a source told CSNChicago.com about Hamilton, who has been increasinglyimpressive in team practices, utilizing his trademark movement without the ball as a scorer and playmaker byfinding the likes of Boozer and center Joakim Noah for easy baskets when he was double-teamed coming off screen, a strategy frequently employed by opponents defending him over the years.Thibodeau said he was "undecided" about whether swingman Ronnie Brewer would start the second preseason contest, although it's likely that whenever the coach settles on a rotation and Hamilton is acclimated, Brewer will return to his reserve role as a member of the second unit "Bench Mob."The Bulls host the Pacers at the United Center in the team's second and finalexhibition contestTuesday night before beginning the regular season Christmas Day in Los Angeles against the Lakers.