Derrick Rose is finally back and ready to lead the Chicago Bulls into the new NBA season, where expectations will be high for a reloaded squad. Will the additions of big-name players like Pau Gasol be enough to bring the Bulls a title? Howard Beck and Ric Bucher preview the Bulls' upcoming season when they join Adam Lefkoe in the video above. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose made his return to the court during the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain, helping Team USA to a gold medal. What did the tournament teach Chicago Bulls fans about the status of their young superstar? Nate Duncan of Basketball Insiders joins Stephen Nelson to offer his take in the video above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Chicago Bulls will have to make sure that Derrick Rose is in his top condition if they are to have any hopes of being in the playoffs this season. Then again, this has been the case for the past two years and Rose's knee injury has not been helping him.
MADRID -- Derrick Rose is going for his second straight gold medal Sunday in the FIBA World Cup final vs. Serbia.
Despite a mostly underwhelming tournament in Spain, Derrick Rose gave himself an ‘A’ for his play in the 2014 FIBA World Cup. Rose said that his primary goals were to […] The post Derrick Rose Gives Himself an ‘A’ in FIBA World Cup appeared first on SLAMonline.
MADRID -- Some people focus on Derrick Rose's meager 5.4 points per game and 27.3 percent shooting, including an unsightly 1-for-17 from 3-point range.
BARCELONA, Spain — When Derrick Rose boards USA Basketball's charter flight headed stateside Monday, gold or silver medal in tow, just two weeks remain until Bulls' training camp begins.
Everything and anything about Derrick Rose continues to incite strong responses. When he struggles, the walls are closing in, his knees crumbling like cake, his future dark and dreary, toeing the line of hopeless. When he thrives—even if only for one game, one play or a warmup dunk—clouds part, birds sing, the harrowing reality of […]
BARCELONA, Spain — They share a hometown of a Second City, a draft position of first overall and a college coach, albeit at different schools. Their high schools are separated by just nine miles and their birthdays are just 4 1/2 years apart.
Derrick Rose makes his return to the Chicago Bulls this season, hoping to regain his MVP form and once again insert himself in the conversation of the most dynamic point guards in the NBA. Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder can also be considered one of the most electrifying players in basketball. Show More Summary
BARCELONA, Spain --- Mike Krzyzewski isn't the only one excited that Derrick Rose returned to form in Team USA's World Cup quarterfinal victory.
It has been three seasons since Derrick Rose won the MVP Award for the Chicago Bulls. Over that span, he's played just 50 games, battling through a variety of injuries, while the landscape around him has changed dramatically. He's the only constant in a changing Bulls world. Chicago has a new roster and has made some new tweaks to their system. Show More Summary
It took seven games at the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but Derrick Rose finally resembled something close to his old self Tuesday in Team USA’s 119-76 quarterfinal romp over Slovenia. […] The post Derrick Rose Busts Out vs Slovenia (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Kyrie Irving is getting a head start on playing with an All-Star cast. Representing the United States in the FIBA Basketball World Cup, Irving has joined the likes of Derrick Rose, James Harden, Anthony Davis, Stephen Curry and others...Show More Summary
In the roll-up to the Chicago Bulls’ biggest season of the Tom Thibodeau era and Derrick Rose’s overanalyzed return, it’s important to remember the roles that more easily forgotten men play in successful NBA campaigns. As much as the...Show More Summary
BARCELONA, Spain -- Despite Derrick Rose's shooting woes, Team USA kept waiting for a breakout game from the Chicago Bulls point guard.
After struggling for much of the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup, Derrick Rose vowed he would be more aggressive in the quarterfinals against Slovenia. Rose kept that vow, attacking the basket on his first possession and then looking like an absolute blur in transition moments later. Just vintage D-Rose. (h/t to @crabdribbles)
Derrick Rose is going through growing pains. The Chicago Bulls’ star point guard has begun his return to basketball with Team USA in Spain as a part of their roster in the FIBA World Cup, and he’s shooting a paltry 21.6 percent from the field thus far. This could have been expected. Show More Summary
BARCELONA, Spain — In July 2013, Goran Dragic joined Derrick Rose at a shoe promotion event in Croatia.
BARCELONA, Spain -- When USA Basketball's practice ended Monday at Palau Sant Jordi, Derrick Rose spent several extra minutes shooting jumpers with Tom Thibodeau.