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
On paper, the Chicago Bulls possess one of the league’s best benches. Each member has a role, whether it’s bringing stifling defense or lights-out shooting to the table. Chicago’s new “Bench Mob” consists of Taj Gibson, Kirk Hinrich,...Show More Summary
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.
The Chicago Bulls formally returned their practices to the city today with a ribbon cutting ceremony at a new training facility in the shadow of the United Center on the Near West Side.
On this date, 30 years ago, Michael Jordan officially became a member of the Chicago Bulls. Jordan—the No. 3 overall pick in the 1984 draft—was just 21 years old when he signed his first professional contract. Of course, this signing turned out to be a franchise-altering move for Chicago. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls big man Joakim Noah threw out a terrible first pitch at the White Sox/A’s game Thursday in the Windy City. So, Noah simply asked for a mulligan, and […] The post Joakim Noah Throws Two First Pitches at Chicago White Sox Game (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Audio of Atlanta Hawks GM Danny Ferry saying former Chicago Bulls forward Luol Deng has "a little African in him" and implying the All-Star forward is two-faced has been obtained by the The Atlanta-Journal Constitution, which posted it on their website on Thursday.
The Chicago Bulls didn ’t get Carmelo Anthony this summer. But they were hell-bent on making sure they upgraded their roster in one way or another. By adding Pau Gasol, Doug McDermott, Cameron Bairstow, Nikola Mirotic and Aaron Brooks while only losing one rotation player (D.J. Show More Summary
Most people don't get two shots at the "first" pitch, so it pays off to be a professional athlete. Chicago Bulls star Joakim Noah received the honor of throwing out the first pitch before the Oakland A's-Chicago White Sox game at U.S. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls have acquired some new talent for their roster, and while it may take some time for the most recent additions to find their individual grooves, there are some established players who need to be impactful from the opening...Show More Summary
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
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
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.
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
The list of teams registering interest in legendary free agent Ray Allen isn't getting any shorter. To the contrary, contenders in both conferences have been linked to the 39-year-old throughout the summer, and the most recent suitor...Show More Summary
Pau Gasol has looked good in the 2014 FIBA World Cup, which could mean something great is in store for him and his new Chicago Bulls teammates next season. The 34-year-old Spaniard has been the most dominant player in the tournament, which—if we're being honest—is somewhat surprising given the downward trend his NBA career has been on lately. Show More Summary
2014-15 should prove to be a special season for the Chicago Bulls. No, they won't go 72-10 like Michael Jordan and friends did back in '95-96. However, expect a ton of victories. This may be the most talented Chicago club since the dynasty years. Show More Summary
There are reportedly about a dozen suitors for free agent veteran guard Ray Allen, though he remains undecided on where to play next season (if he does play at all.) […] The post Report: Chicago Bulls After Free Agent Ray Allen appeared first on SLAMonline.