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Game recognizes game.
The dramatic open-court skills of Derrick Rose were on full display last night with a few moves that made Bulls fans caterwaul for different reasons then they have over the last two seasons.
The Chicago Bulls cruised past the Knicks at Madison Square Garden Tuesday night, 104-80, and they didn't even need a spectacular game from returning point guard Derrick Rose.
In Minnesota's 113-112 win over the Bulls during Friday's final preseason games, recent free agent signee, Pau Gasol, only played a little over three minutes of action in the fourth quarter and wasn't on the court down the stretch.
While assembling Dime's list of the top 20 power forwards in the league today, we were struck by just how many different candidates merited consideration for various ranking thresholds.
LeBron James Says The Bulls Are Much Better Than The Cavaliers.
Anyone who tells you they know what lies in store for Derrick Rose this season is a liar, a fool, or both.
Despite two surgically repaired knees, two years of rust and just a few weeks of international play — with Team USA cruising in the FIBA World Cup — Derrick Rose still wasn't shrinking from what he's also said his primary goal has been: a title.
We believe there's a chance that Spain really could beat Team USA.
After intended frontcourt stalwarts Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Kevin Love, and LaMarcus Aldridge opted against playing for Team USA in the FIBA World Cup, the Americans' biggest strength became its litany of super-talented guards.
For Americans not following the FIBA World Cup closely, it's easy to believe that Team USA is the tournament's only juggernaut.
Spain is the biggest obstacle standing in the way of the USA team repeating as World Champions.
Los Angeles Lakers trainer Gary Vitti has been a very busy man over the past two seasons.
Besides providing fans with cogent lyricism in his rap career, Chi-town emcee Common has proven he’s a force to be reckoned with on the basketball courts as well.
It's been so long since Derrick Rose was the player grade school kids only vaguely remember from his 2011 MVP season, it's hard not to think he's been stranded on Neptune in the ensuing years.
After being wined and dined by the NBA's elite for almost two weeks, Pau Gasol has made a decision on his future.
After yesterday's stunning announcement LeBron James was headed back to Cleveland, the dam on the rest of the 2014 free agency class is starting to break.