Reports are swarming that LeBron James will be named the NBA’s MVP for the fourth time in the past five seasons. Somehow this makes Derrick Rose’s 2011 MVP — the only blemish in that stretch for LeBron — seem all the more impressive, if all the more anomalous. Show More Summary
While NBA fans wait in earnest for the day Derrick Rose decides to return from his knee injury, another impending decision will be rocking the college basketball world in the next couple weeks. Andrew Wiggins, the all-everything who is the undisputed top high school player in this year’s class, has until May 15 to sign his letter of intent. Show More Summary
Speaking on what could be the final day of the Chicago Bulls’ season, Derrick Rose said he’s unaware of outside criticism of his decision to sit out the season after May 2012 surgery to repair his torn left ACL and wouldn’t be bothered by it anyway because he’s listening to how his body feels. “That’s my [...]
Speaking on what could be the final day of the Chicago Bulls' season, Derrick Rose said he's unaware of outside criticism of his decision to sit out.
Derrick Rose has faced a wash of criticism from fans and media about his elongated recovery from a knee injury, but the superstar point guard hasn't heard a word of it. Speaking with K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, Rose spoke out at length for the first time during the 2013 NBA playoffs about his recovery. Show More Summary
A funny thing happens when network coverage of the Chicago Bulls' playoff series against the Brooklyn Nets cuts to Derrick Rose in a suit, becoming animated as he cheers on his teammates in their desperate attempt to hold off Brooklyn. Show More Summary
There are three stages of being hurt as it relates to a basketball player. There's being injured (can't play), being hurt (play through it) and recovering from injury (play when cleared). Derrick Rose underwent surgery for his torn ACL on May 12, 2012. Show More Summary
There's a real chance the Bulls will play Saturday's do-or-die Game 7 in Brooklyn without Luol Deng and Kirk Hinrich. And, of course, Derrick Rose remains out following offseason knee surgery.
The Chicago Bulls are heading to a crucial Game 7 showdown on the road, and much of the pregame focus centers on Derrick Rose. The rest of the team's accomplishments deserve praise and shouldn't be overshadowed by Rose's injury status. Show More Summary
The catcalls in Chicago for a Derrick Rose return have been loud since early March. After the Bulls' Game 6 loss to the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday night, what's been a disappointing season for Rose got even worse. Brooklyn forced a Game...Show More Summary
The Bulls lost their second straight game to the Nets last night and now face a winner-take-all game seven. Like the first six games of the series, Derrick Rose is not expected to be in the lineup. During the regular season it was trendy...Show More Summary
We begin in Chicago, where Benny the Bull was forced to start at point guard and the inflatable version of Benny the Bull had to start at small forward. Not really, but Kirk Hinrich and Derrick Rose are both still out and Luol Deng was too sick to play. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets eked out a win over the depleted Chicago Bulls last night 95-92, forcing a Game 7. With Derrick Rose, Luol Deng, and Kirk Hinrich all out, Nate Robinson played through the flu and nearly led Chicago to a series-clinching win. Show More Summary
The Brooklyn Nets are down but not out, as the team attempts to knot up their first-round series against the Chicago Bulls at three games apiece on Thursday evening. Despite not having Derrick Rose available, the Bulls have been a relentless group all season, and they're once again proving that in the playoffs. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose has yet to return for the Chicago Bulls, and that makes CBS Chicago has officially taken exception to his absence. Per their website (h/t Larry Brown Sports), CBS Chicago is encouraging fans to write an open letter to the former NBA MVP: t’s been over one year since Derrick Rose’s ACL tear and [...]
As the Chicago Bulls are battling with the Brooklyn Nets in their first round playoff series, whispers are growing into a full blown debate regarding whether or not Bulls PG Derrick Rose needs to come back after missing a year with a devastating injury. Show More Summary
With Kirk Hinrich expected to miss Game 6 against Brooklyn on Thursday and Richard Hamilton glued to the bench, the Bulls backcourt could use a boost. So, is it Derrick Rose time? RedEye hit up four Bulls experts for the pros and cons...Show More Summary
It has been more than a year since Chicago Bulls superstar point guard Derrick Rose tore his ACL during the playoffs. He has yet to return to action, and his presence has become a distraction more than a motivating force for the team. Show More Summary
CBS Chicago invites Bulls fans to troll Derrick Rose. This should go well. Read more...
If Derrick Rose were to announce his intention to return for Game 6 of the Chicago Bulls' series with the Brooklyn Nets or for the start of a possible second-round encounter with the Miami Heat, expectations for both himself and the team would go through the roof. Show More Summary