On the game's final play, Jerryd Bayless shook Rose with a backdoor cut. After the game, Rose took responsibility for the play saying, "put that all on me." The post Derrick Rose on Final Play of Game 4 Loss to Bucks: ‘Put That All on Me’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Chicago Bulls looked to complete a first-round sweep of the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 4 on Saturday night. Derrick Rose and the Bulls had won each of the first three games and looked to finish the young Bucks off, but Milwaukee wasn't going down without a fight. The Bucks won 92-90. Check out the full video highlights. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Milwaukee beat Chicago, 92-90.
The Bucks will look to extend the series while Derrick Rose will try to lead the Bulls to a sweep. The Chicago Bulls have a chance to sweep their first-round series against the Bucks with a win in Milwaukee Saturday. The Bulls are finally...Show More Summary
Has Derrick Rose gotten your attention yet, DraftKings players? If not, he should have. In the first-round series against the Milwaukee Bucks, Rose is averaging 24 points, four rebounds and eight assists per game. To put this into perspective,...Show More Summary
If Stephen Curry and Derrick Rose are tired after working overtime, now is the chance to earn some rest.
The timing for Derrick Rose's return to the Bulls' lineup has never been more perfect.
Derrick Rose has come alive, Draymond Green is backing up his words, Giannis flashes signs of brilliance. The post Fantasy Basketball: D-Rose’s Playoff Payoff appeared first on SLAMonline.
By accounts both emotional and statistical, Derrick Rose had his best game in years on Thursday night. Rose registered 34 points, the most he’s scored in over three years. He had five threes, the most he’s hit in a playoff game. He had eight assists. Show More Summary
Injuries have forever altered Rose's career, but his play against the Bucks so far has been a joyous reminder of when he became the youngest MVP ever. The phrase "Derrick Rose is back" carries so much baggage, even though it's thrown around light-heartedly after every spectacular layup or incredible game these days. Show More Summary
With the Chicago Bulls on the cusp of advancing to the second round of the NBA playoffs, Derrick Rose finds himself preparing for something more important than a best-of-seven series against the mighty Cleveland Cavaliers. For him, this inevitable matchup is bigger than playing into the second round for just the second time in his career. Show More Summary
Star point guard Derrick Rose kicked up the Chicago Bulls' momentum with a 34-point game in Thursday night's double-overtime win over the sixth-seeded Milwaukee Bucks. His performance improved from Monday night's 15-point outing, as shooting guard Jimmy Butler's 31 points carried the team to victory in Game 2. Show More Summary
Look, man, nobody here wants to jinx Derrick Rose, but we’re three playoff games into his return from his latest knee injury, and he looks [lowers voice to a cautious whisper] pretty damn good. Read more...
Back in February we feared Bulls guard Derrick Rose was lost for the season again with yet another major knee injury. However, for once the injury turned out to be less severe than we thought, Rose busted his butt in rehab, and now, in April, we’re talking about yet another fantastic Derrick Rose playoff performance. […]
Nobody knew what to expect from Derrick Rose heading into his first playoff series since 2012. But over the first three games of round one, Rose has assuaged any fears of playoff rust by looking dominant and helping the Bulls to a 3-0 lead over the Milwaukee Bucks. Show More Summary
Four years ago, the NBA belonged to Dwight Howard and Derrick Rose. With their unexpected early playoff performances, that unlucky pair turned back the clock.
He tried to tell y’all … Derrick Rose showed glimpses of his MVP form Thursday night, leading the Chicago Bulls to a 113-106 double-overtime win in Milwaukee. Bucks coach Jason The post Derrick Rose Drops 34 Points on Milwaukee in Game 3 Double-OT Win (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Chicago Bulls looked to take a dominant 3-0 series lead when they took on the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 3 on Thursday night. Derrick Rose and the Bulls had firm control of the series heading into Thursday night's game, but the young Bucks were eager to score a crucial win on their home court. The Bulls won 113-106 in double overtime. Show More Summary
Kids, don’t take layups like Derrick Rose. The super-athletic point guard laughs at conventional right-hand-on-the-right-side form, because he’s so athletic he can do whatever he pleases. That’s what makes defending this man so difficult. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose scored 34 points, Jimmy Butler added 24 and the Chicago Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks 113-106 in double overtime on Thursday night to take a 3-0 lead in their Eastern Conference playoff series.