This NBA season is off to a hectic start. We've already had some seriously unfortunate injuries to the likes of Derrick Rose and Marc Gasol, a former second overall pick in Derrick Williams get traded and plenty of other trade rumors...Show More Summary
It's only a single joint, but one knee can change the entire trajectory of a franchise's long-term path. When Derrick Rose went down with a torn meniscus, an injury that will knock him out for the remainder of the 2013-14 campaign, the Chicago Bulls' future plans were thrown into uncertainty. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls had a small window to compete in, and this was it. Derrick Rose was back in the lineup. Luol Deng and Joakim Noah were about as healthy as you could hope for. Jimmy Butler had emerged as a legitimate shooting guard. This...Show More Summary
The much-anticipated return of Derrick Rose didn't last very long—10 games to be exact—and once again the Chicago Bulls are left looking for ways to overcome the loss of their superstar. After missing the entire 2012-13 season recovering from a torn ACL, Rose tore his meniscus in Friday night's loss to the Trail Blazers. Show More Summary
With Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose (torn meniscus) back on the shelf, another potential Eastern Conference contender has fallen out of the race. Some six months before the start of the 2014 Eastern Conference Finals, the matchup already appears set in stone. The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers have established themselves among the NBA's elites. Show More Summary
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This is not "The Return" that Bulls fans were hoping for. Ten games into his NBA comeback after tearing his ACL in April 2012, Derrick Rose returned to the operating table Monday after damaging the meniscus in his right knee Friday.Show More Summary
Derrick Rose underwent surgery on Monday for a menial meniscus tear in his right knee. The Chicago Bulls announced the surgery on
Adidas banked on Derrick Rose and Dwight Howard to carry its basketball brand, but the results have been disastrous as it plays catch-up to Nike.
Derrick Rose, the Chicago Bulls guard who missed all of last season after knee surgery, has injured his other knee and will miss the rest of the current NBA season. The Bulls say Rose had "successful surgery" Monday to repair a torn medial meniscus in his right knee.
It's the worst possible deja vu for Bulls fans, as Derrick Rose is officially lost for the season because of a knee injury. [ more › ]
No. No. No. Derrick Rose, thanks to a torn medial meniscus in his right knee, is done for the season. Word of the injury trickled out on Monday. Rose tore his ACL in the first game of the 2012 playoffs, missed all of last season because of that injury, and will have played just 10 games this season. Show More Summary
This is the one thing we fear, a major injury to a major star on a championship contender. And that it was Derrick Rose, a guy who has played just 10 games in the last 18 months, makes it more painful.
No Rose, no problem because we've got all the answers.
Nothing will ever be the same for the Derrick Rose-led Chicago Bulls. The team announced that Rose underwent successful surgery to repair the torn meniscus in his right knee he suffered against the Portland Trail Blazers that will keep him sidelined for the rest of the season. A sick sense of deja vu will likely sink in for all of Chicago. Show More Summary
The Bulls star is out for the season for the second straight year, and his latest injury leaves a ripple effect for the entire franchise. "Tragedy is when I cut my finger. Comedy is when you fall into an open sewer and die." What happened to Derrick Rose in Portland is not a tragedy. Show More Summary
The Derrick Rose nightmare and a trip through the NBA's suddenly crowded emergency room.
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Knee surgery for the type of meniscus tear suffered by Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose can involve a difficult tradeoff. Surgery that enables a quick return could result in painful arthritis later in life.