My, how a few days can change everything. One fight with a fire extinguisher, a few torn ACLs and a comeback for the ages later, the 2012 NBA playoff landscape has dramatically shifted. Suddenly, the West looks wide open, with five teams that could legitimately make their way to the NBA Finals. Meanwhile, thanks to the torn ACLs of Derrick Rose from the Chicago Bulls and Iman Shumpert of the New York Knicks, the path to the finals appears wide open for LeBron James and the Miami Heat.
The ending to the 2012 season for the Chicago Bulls could not have been more sour. Derrick Rose's torn ACL in the opening game of the playoffs dramatically altered not only the Bulls' playoff run, but also the outlook of the NBA pla... Read Post
In the closing minutes of Game 1 against the Philadelphia 76ers, Derrick Rose landed awkwardly on his left knee and was helped off the court by his Bulls teammates. It was later revealed that Rose had suffered a torn ACL and was out... Read Post