Derrick Rose is having it hard these days. Just as NBA training camp got underway, just when Chicago Bulls’ fans were beginning to feel warm and fuzzy about their team, Rose, arguably the team’s most recognizable star opens up. His words were put in their proper context the moment he was injured during the Bulls’... Show More Summary
Derrick Rose won’t do any physical activity for two weeks and will stay away from the Bulls until at least Friday’s follow-up exam because of sensitivity to light, according to coach Fred Hoiberg. Rose, who will wear a mask upon his return, had his left orbital fracture surgically repaired on Wednesday....
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With the Chicago Bulls' announcement of Derrick Rose's recent injury putting a damper on both team and fan moral, many are wondering where he ranks in the team now. Is Rose the most important player on the Bulls? Where does he standShow More Summary
With news about Derrick Rose's orbital fracture surrounding the Chicago Bulls training camp, everyone is wondering how it will affect the morale of the team. With Rose injured, is there less optimism? Is the team going to suffer from...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls announced Wednesday afternoon that Derrick Rose underwent surgery to repair a left orbital fracture. The injury occured during the first team practice of the 2015-16 season Tuesday. The post Derrick Rose Out 2 Weeks After Facial Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
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Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose had surgery to repair his left eye socket Wednesday, a day after being elbowed in the face.
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Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said Derrick Rose's Wednesday surgery to repair his fractured left orbital went "as expected" and didn't rule out Rose's participation in the Oct. 27 regular-season opener against the Cavaliers. The team has yet to release an official timetable for Rose's return. Previous...
Derrick Rose’s 2015-16 campaign is off to a strange, and painful start, but there’s plenty of optimism in Chicago around the 2011 NBA MVP. Based on the results of his The post Derrick Rose: ‘I’m Going to Be the MVP Again’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Perpetually injured NBA star Derrick Rose is being sued for sexual battery by an ex-lover who alleges Rose and his friends drugged and gang-raped her in 2013. Rose’s attorneys responded cavalierly when the suit was filed in August, accusing Jane Doe of trying to “shake down” a wealthy ballplayer. Show More Summary
Fact: Over the last four seasons, Derrick Rose has played in 100 of a possible 312 games. Rose played in 81 of 82 games in his MVP season of 2010-11. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The Bulls have spent a lot of time waiting for Rose to return from injuries since 2012. They hope he can return from a left orbital fracture for the start of the season.
Derrick Rose was sustained a left orbital fracture after getting elbowed by a teammate in his first practice, leaving Chicago fans to (...)
Court documents released on Tuesday reveal that Derrick Rose and his legal team are attempting to refute accusations that the Chicago Bulls guard drugged and gang-raped his ex-girlfriend two years ago. The defense claims that the allegations were born out of the plaintiff's monetary interests and her anger over Rose's later unresponsiveness. Show More Summary
It's been a rough couple of years for Derrick Rose. Nearly every other week there's a headline "Derrick Rose breaks _____, out for 4-6 weeks/months/years/lifetimes". Now there's news that Derrick Rose is having surgery yet again
Court documents released on Tuesday reveal that Derrick Rose and his legal team are attempting to refute accusations that the Chicago Bulls guard drugged and gang-raped his ex-girlfriend two years ago. The defense claims that the allegations...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls held their first practice of the new season on Tuesday and the result was less than desirable. It didn’t take long for Derrick Rose to get hurt. However, the good news was that he injured his face rather than his knees. Rose broke an orbital bone and will have surgery on Wednesday. […]
The Chicago Bulls are already down a man two days into training camp. On Tuesday evening, it was reported that on the first practice of training camp, Derrick Rose took an elbow to the face and suffered a left orbital fracture. He will have to undergo surgery, and his timeline for return is unknown. Show More Summary