Saturday night, the fans, media and the NBA were delivered a blow when Derrick Rose's knee buckled with 1:10 remaining on the clock verses the Philadelphia 76ers. At the time of the injury, everyone knew it was quite serious, as the All-NBA talent was grimacing in pain, but the fact that one of the league's brightest young stars sustained an anterior crucial ligament tear in his left knee is a crucial gut-wrenching punch to the former MVP, the Bulls and the league.
The news for the Bulls, the NBA and fans of good basketball isn't good after Rose went down with a knee injury at the end of the Bulls' Game 1 victory on Saturday. The extent of the injury remains to be seen, despite this erroneous ... Read Post
Derrick Rose scored 23 points in the Chicago Bulls' Game 1 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday afternoon, but the knee injury he suffered toward the end of the game is the real story for Chicago going forward. Derrick Rose s... Read Post
When Derrick Rose tore his left ACL in Game 1 of the Chicago Bulls’ first-round showdown with the Philadelphia 76ers back in 2012—less than a year after winning his first MVP award at just 23 years old—NBA fans the world over immedi... Read Post