It's great to see Tim Duncan embracing his robotic personality in commercials. This exchange with Derrick Rose -- a man who refused to celebrate at the All-Star game, you may recall -- was perfectly delivered. Everything was brilliant,...Show More Summary
Foot Locker is kicking off its "Week of Greatness" with a series a commercials featuring some of the biggest stars in professional sports. To go along with Tim Duncan and Derrick Rose showing how "excited" they are in the commercial above, Foot Locker has released commercials starring James Harden, Manny Pacquiao and John Cena. Show More Summary
If Tim Duncan is ever in a glass case of emotion, he never shows it and that’s the premise behind a new Foot Locker “Week of Greatness” ad. The Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose rings up the San Antonio Spurs star to tell him about the event and, in a self-aware performance worthy of Peyton Manning, […]
Chicago Bulls superstar guard Derrick Rose scored 20 points but went down again Thursday night, leaving the Bulls’ 100-93 road win in Toronto with a left hamstring injury. Rose says […] The post Joakim Noah Tells Everyone to ‘Chill the Fck Out’ About Derrick Rose appeared first on SLAMonline.
TNT analyst Charles Barkley took Derrick Rose to task Thursday night on “Inside the NBA”, for his comments this week about protecting himself from the long-term health effects of playing […] The post Charles Barkley Calls Derrick Rose’s Comments on Sitting Out ‘Stupid’ (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
LOS ANGELES — On Dec. 30, 2011, Derrick Rose arrived in this city where he makes his offseason home as the league's reigning most valuable player and dropped 29 points and 16 assists on Chris Paul and the Clippers in a 13-point road victory.
With superstar Derrick Rose shuffling in and out of the lineup, the Chicago Bulls have needed someone to help cover his absences. Thanks to fourth-year swingman Jimmy Butler, the Bulls have found a remedy for that situation —and a second...Show More Summary
A write-up of the week's best writing on the Chicago Bulls' oft-injured guard who spoke frankly about why he was taking games off
You can't always get what you want. Derrick Rose took the league by storm in 2010-11, becoming the league's youngest MVP ever and, in the process, making basketball more relevant in his city than it had been since Michael Jordan skipped town. But the Chicago Bulls point guard hasn't been able to continue along that trajectory. Show More Summary
"I don't think it's that serious," said Derek Rose to reporters following Chicago's November 14 100-93 victory over the Toronto Raptors. Rose fell to the ground with just over two minutes remaining in the game, in obvious discomfort, as he allegedly pulled his hamstring... Show More Summary
Two of the NBA's best teams in the early portion of the year squared off on Thursday night when the Chicago Bulls took on the Toronto Raptors. The Bulls had won six of their first eight games behind Derrick Rose and Jimmy Butler, but they faced a tough test from a Raptors squad that had won five straight and seven of its first eight. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
It seems that Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose just can’t get away from the “injury bug” as Rose injured his left hamstring in the Chicago Bulls’ 100-93 win over the Toronto Raptors on Thursday night. After the game Rose was asked about the injury and didn’t seem too concerned about it. Show More Summary
The Bulls keep winning but their MVP still can't stay on the court, plus other thoughts on a busy night in NBA. It was all going so well for the Chicago Bulls and that's where we'll start. For the first 46 minutes of their eventual 100-93...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls remained perfect on the road while handing the Toronto Raptors their first home loss, a 100-93 victory that ended on a bittersweet note for Derrick Rose and Co. With just one minute and 53 seconds remaining in the game, the former MVP was sidelined by a sore left hamstring after falling awkwardly while driving through the lane. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose appears to be out for the game after hurting his leg late in tonight's matchup in Toronto against the Raptors. I know, that seems impossible to believe. But it's true! Here's the evidence so you can see it for yourself. Read more...
Concerns are once again raised around the Chicago Bulls after Derrick Rose was forced to leave the team's game against the Toronto Raptors Thursday night with a hamstring injury. ESPN's Nick Friedell had the report: The status of Rose is a story that's generated plenty of attention in recent years. Show More Summary
Not good or anything, but it seems like it could’ve been worse.
Rose is out in the fourth quarter for Chicago. Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose exited the game vs. the Toronto Raptors in the fourth quarter after slipping and suffering an apparent ankle injury on Thursday night. Chicago was leading...Show More Summary
DROSE! The Chicago Bulls are up big on the Toronto Raptors, and Derrick Rose hit Kyle Lowry with a nasty stop-and-spin move into a one-handed floater for good measure: And that, up and coming Raptors squad, is just one of the reasons why the Bulls are not to be taken lightly out East.