CHICAGO — Derrick Rose is only three years removed from his 2011 MVP campaign, but it feels like a lifetime—to fans and to the Chicago Bulls’ superstar point guard. “It seems so far away,” Rose said Monday at Bulls media day, kicking off what he hopes will finally be the year he reclaims some of that glory. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls staged their first practice of training camp Tuesday morning, and it's no surprise that Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, Mike Dunleavy, Pau Gasol and Joakim Noah were the starters in the scrimmaging portion.
The Bulls star comes back again for a team that has changed and a city where he only needs to be himself instead of a larger-than-life savior. CHICAGO -- Derrick Rose's hair is longer and his shoulders are broader, but when the Chicago...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose is looking highly confident with his health and is ready to play in the 2014-15 season. This is good considering that he had only played a measley 10 games in the last two seasons because of two major knee injuries.
Two consecutive, injury-marred seasons haven’t dampened Derrick Rose’s hopes and confidence. The superstar point guard and former MVP expects his Chicago Bulls to soon hoist up the NBA championship trophy. […] The post Derrick Rose: ‘I know I’m Going to Win a Championship Soon’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
This is one way it could go for the revamped Chicago Bulls, according to Derrick Rose.
The closer Derrick Rose gets to the reality of playing with Pau Gasol with the game on the line, the more the Bulls star dreams.
The Chicago Bulls have depth at every position, especially the point guard spot. Perhaps one of the league’s five best players when healthy, Derrick Rose is back and ready to shine. Joining him is longtime Bull and fan favorite KirkShow More Summary
The NBA season is nearing, and a number of teams are looking to be ready to face the playoffs. The Chicago Bulls for one, is going to be relying on Derrick Rose for their chance at the finals. However, Rose has been seriously doubted in his ability to play this season.
Chicago Bulls player Derrick Rose has donated $1 million to After School Matters, a program that provides apprenticeships for Chicago students in not only sports but science, technology and the arts. [ more › ]
Derrick Rose is one of the most overanalyzed players of his generation. The Chicago Bulls star means too much to his city and to the NBA world at large to not be talked about, so his game stays under the microscope even when he’s playing only 10 contests over two seasons. This makes for some very hypothetical, theoretical conversation. Show More Summary
Chicago Bulls superstar point guard Derrick Rose, long an active member of the community, has donated $1 million to After School Matters, a Chicago-based non-profit organization devoted to providing innovative […] The post Derrick Rose Donates $1 Million to Chicago After-School Program appeared first on SLAMonline.
That's right, $1 million. Derrick Rose grew up in Chicago, now he's giving back in a big way. The Bulls point guard is donating a cool $1 million to a local non-profit that provides out-of-school programs for teenagers. "After School Matters" helps kids who are almost exclusively minorities who live at, or below the poverty line. Show More Summary
Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is donating $1 million to After School Matters, a Chicago charity that arranges out-of-school apprenticeships for teens and has a program at Simeon Career Academy, his alma mater.
The Chicago Bulls watched Derrick Rose play during the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but they still haven't really seen him—not the way they need to. So as training camp approaches and Rose tries to retake center stage, a Bulls team with...Show More Summary
In one free-agent signing, the Chicago Bulls found a secondary scorer to complement Derrick Rose, a post-passing partner for Joakim Noah and quite possibly the missing piece to their championship puzzle. For Pau Gasol, a four-time NBA...Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls phenom has played just 10 games over the past two NBA seasons, and his rust showed through the FIBA World Cup tournament, where he finished with paltry averages: 4.8 points per game, 3.1 assists, 5.3 percent from three and 25.4 shooting overall. But such anemia could’ve been expected. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls are a defensive-minded basketball team with one of the most easily recognized identities in the league. But—Derrick Rose’s health aside—that predominant focus on one side of the ball has done them little good in the playoffs these last few years. Chicago’s 2013-14 season ended because they could not score the ball. Show More Summary
For Derrick Rose, winning a gold medal at the 2014 FIBA World Cup of Basketball came with a silver lining—and not the good kind, either. Following a strong training camp that had even Team USA head coach Mike Krzyzewski declaring the...Show More Summary