Not being able to see could explain the former MVP's struggles from the field. It's been a rough start to the season for Derrick Rose. He's shooting just 36 percent from the field, averaging a career low in points and the Bulls have been a better team without him on the court. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose doesn’t look the same as he used to. Besides the obvious — the mask he’s wearing as he continues to recover from an orbital fracture he sustained in during a Sept. 29 practice — Rose’s points-per-game average is down about eight points compared with his career average of 20.2 per game. His […]
After missing all of training camp and most of the pre-season with a fractured orbital bone, Derrick Rose is still experiencing vision problems while shooting 35.9 percent this season. After The post Derrick Rose May Have Blurred Vision For Months appeared first on SLAMonline.
Here’s CSN Chicago reporting on Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, who always seems to be getting over one injury or another and this season is averaging 12.6 ppg and 6.0 apg and shooting just 35.9% FG: The timetable surrounding when Derrick Rose’s vision would return to normal was as blurry as Rose’s vision itself but now it’s a [...]
Derrick Rose has been playing this season with double vision produced by a broken left orbital bone in his face. I am no medical expert, but this sounds like an active hindrance to the practice of playing NBA basketball, and Rose’s career-low stats back this up. Read more...
As criticism of Derrick Rose's play crests in Chicago, Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg offered some insight into why the former MVP is struggling: He's still dealing with double vision in his left eye—and it's not going away anytime soon. Show More Summary
CHICAGO—Calling it “disrespectful” and “totally disgusting,” members of the Chicago Bulls expressed their frustration to reporters Wednesday over point guard Derrick Rose’s habit of always leaving his torn ligaments strewn all over their locker room. Show More Summary
Masked man, Derrick Rose, found teammate Doug McDermott during the Bulls’ Monday night match-up against the 76ers. Dougie sank a three-pointer and drew the foul: D.Rose drives & finds Dougie McBuckets for The post Derrick Rose Feeds Doug McDermott for Four-Point Play (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Point guard is the NBA's deepest position, but two prominent names continue to circle the league's rumor mill just over a week into the regular season. Mario Chalmers and Derrick Rose have both emerged as trade candidates —albeit in far different capacities. Show More Summary
Last night, we once again saw a flash of the Derrick Rose we used to know. The post Derrick Rose Breaks Zach LaVine’s Ankles (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
You have to feel bad for Timberwolves guard Zach LaVine. He got juked so bad that—for a brief second—he looked like he was going to continue living his life walking backwards He tried to maintain his composure by attempting to defend...Show More Summary
Early in the regular season really isn ’t the busiest time for rumors and gossip. Teams are still finding their footing. Even with a rough start—cough, Brooklyn Nets, cough—there is still hope things can be sorted out. Most of the time,...Show More Summary
Even former MVPs can't escape the NBA rumor mill. Derrick Rose is a three-time All-Star and won the league's MVP award as a member of the Chicago Bulls in 2011, but his tenure in the Windy City could be coming to a premature end, per...Show More Summary
Derrick Rose may wind up playing for another team besides the Chicago Bulls. That is a harsh reality for the contingent of fans that root for him must accept. On Wednesday, ESPN NBA columnist Brian Windhorst declared that the breakup between Derrick Rose and the Bulls have begun. Show More Summary
Sure, Riley Curry gets all the headlines. But real fans who liked NBA players' kids before it was cool know Derrick Rose's toddler son P.J. is an Internet celebrity, too Young P.J. became an online sensation, and even elevated to full-on meme status, after a Chicago Bulls playoff loss last season. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose scored 29 points and Jimmy Butler added 26 to lead the host Chicago Bulls to a 104-98 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
PROOF pic.twitter.com/F3wjBGLAU9 — Sean Highkin (@highkin) November 6, 2015 After a rough day in the media, Chicago Bull point guard Derrick Rose wore the meanest mug of all following his game on Thursday evening. Following a game in...Show More Summary
With his future in Chicago in question, Rose reverted to his excellent self on Thursday night, scoring 29 points against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
When he's not trying to do too much, Rose is still a quality point guard. He showed that against the Thunder on Thursday night. Derrick Rose made a statement on Thursday, logging 29 points, five rebounds and seven assists against the Thunder while taking over the fourth quarter to lead the Bulls to a 104-98 win. Show More Summary