Derrick Rose is ready to return from an ankle injury and will start for the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday against the Milwaukee Bucks.
After missing two games, Rose is back in the Chicago lineup. Derrick Rose will play for the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday against the Milwaukee Bucks after missing two games with two sprained ankles. Rose sustained the injuries in Chicago's loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Oct. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls will look to win their third straight game when they travel to the Bradley Center to take on the Milwaukee Bucks Wednesday night. If the Bulls are going to continue their winning streak, however, they may have to do so short-handed. According to K.C. Show More Summary
MILWAUKEE -- The Chicago Bulls have downgraded Derrick Rose from probable to questionable for Wednesday's game in Milwaukee against the Bucks.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin has been fined $15,000 for making an "obscene gesture" during Saturday's game against the Chicago Bulls. Apparently, Martin had done a dance move popularized by former Timberwolves guard Sam Cassell after making a huge 3-point shot during the last quarter of the game.
CHICAGO—An hour before the Chicago Bulls tipped off against the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night, Derrick Rose was listed as a starter. Thirty minutes later, he was scratched. Rose wasn't needed for the Bulls to beat the Magic 98-90. One...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls looked to continue their strong start to the regular season when they took on the Orlando Magic on Tuesday night. The Bulls' suddenly explosive offense looked to win the third game out of its last four, but Chicago faced a tough test from an explosive young Magic roster eager to end a three-game skid to open the season. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Rose was initially probable and expected to play, but he'll instead miss his second straight game. Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will not play on Tuesday against the Orlando Magic, sitting out a second straight game due to injuries to both ankles. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose and center Joakim Noah will miss Tuesday night's game with the Orlando Magic.
It has been a tale of two starts for the Chicago Bulls and the Orlando Magic, who are primed to face off in Chicago for each team's fourth game of the 2014-15 NBA season. Chicago, on the heels of an offseason that saw the introduction...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors' max extension for Klay Thompson was a big move on its own, but its value as a message to franchise cornerstone Stephen Curry was even bigger. While the Chicago Bulls and San Antonio Spurs (among others) took a cautious approach at the Oct. Show More Summary
Minnesota Timberwolves forward Thaddeus Young has passed concussions tests and returned to practice after a scary collision with Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler on Saturday night.
The Chicago Bulls opened the NBA season with a blowout win against the New York Knicks before falling to the revamped Cleveland Cavaliers in overtime. What can be made of Derrick Rose's return and Bulls' play in Week 1? Sean Highkin joins Stephen Nelson to play a game of Buy or Sell in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The NBA has fined Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin $15,000 for what the league called an ''obscene gesture'' during the fourth quarter against the Chicago Bulls.
If the Chicago Bulls are going to win a championship in the next couple of years, they are going to need Jimmy Butler on the roster. Keeping him will be easier said than done considering he will be a restricted free agent after the 2014-15 season. K.C. Show More Summary
ESPN’s telecast of the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 114-108 overtime victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday, Oct. 31, delivered one of the network’s highest-rated, regular-season NBA games ever, according to Nielsen.
Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kevin Martin has been fined $15,000 for making an obscene gesture during the Timberwolves' 106-105 loss to the Chicago Bulls on Saturday, Nov. 1, at Target Center, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations.
Having rejected the Chicago Bulls’ low-ball offer, Jimmy Butler declared that he’s betting on himself to make more money in restricted free agency next summer. Butler, 25, insists that there’s […] The post Jimmy Butler Expects to Re-Sign With the Chicago Bulls appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Chicago Bulls were never going to keep Jimmy Butler on the cheap, but now the price is going to skyrocket. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, team and player couldn't come together on a contract extension before the Oct. Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler confident that his future is with Chicago Bulls The Chicago Bulls have a good thing going. Good team chemistry, and potential for big things assuming key players stay healthy. A big part of that is shooting guard Jimmy Butler, who didn’t shoot well last season (13.1 ppg on 39.7% FG) but otherwise is a [...]