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I’m NBA ready T…Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose continues the adidas D Rose Tour and returns to Asia for the third time. Inspired by the exciting and attacking on-court play and smooth and understated off-court style of Derrick Rose, the tour will give unprecedented access to fans through unique activations and launch the D Rose 773 team basketball shoe. The Asia tour is September 5-16 ad includes visits to Tokyo, Japan; Manila, Philippines and Beijing, Wuhan, Shenzhen and Hangzhou, China. To SEE More PICS continue reading.-TODerrick Rose on Slam Magazine CoverRose spinning a basketball in Tokyo
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Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose as gone through hell over the past 18 months.
The critical knee injury in the 2011-12 playoffs, the rehab, the drama around the lost season and the self-doubt that must accompany all of it has not made life easy for the former MVP.
Rose is currently in the Far East promoting shoes and gave a few lucky(?) attendees an event the opportunity...
Derrick Rose is still touring Asia trying to sell shoes for Adidas, but as part of that promotional tour decided to play a little one on one. Well one on three in this case against a few Samurais. Rose’s knee looks pretty good here but I am sure Bulls fans are looking forward to seeing this in real action against actual players.
As the United States eagerly awaits the return of Derrick Rose to the Chicago Bulls starting lineup, folks in Japan are getting a dose of the real thing thanks to Rose’s promotional tour he is on for Adidas. The Adidas D Rose tour has provided a glimpse of Rose playing again, and even though it isn’t much we will take anything we can get. Here are a few videos of the young man...
No this is not the latest installment of some Wolverine movie involving samurais. Instead, this should be something Bulls' fans are loving considering Derrick Rose seemingly is ready to go for next season.
Rose is out in Japan on a promotional tour for Adidas and while there, he went one-on-three versus samurai. That's right, he took on three samurai en route to the easy...
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The season opener against the Miami Heat can officially be marked as the return of Chicago Bulls basketball. It’s been over a year since we have seen Derrick Rose participate in official NBA basketball, so this can definitely be classified as a special case...
Chicago Bulls small forward Jimmy Butler is keeping in shape during the NBA offseason by playing one-on-one against none other than actor Mark Wahlberg, formerly known as "Marky Mark".
The caption with the Instagram photo reads: "Mark Wahlberg didn't stand a chance! I had 100 points, 100 rebounds, 100 steals, 100 blocks, 100 assists. On the way to a 7-6...
Luol Deng has been a Chicago Bull for his entire career but after next season he will be a free agent. Deng’s agent has said that Deng will go through the free agency process.
“Luol has taken the position that he will definitely go through the free-agent process,” said Herb Rudoy, Deng’s Chicago-based agent.
Right now Deng is a part of 6 year $71 Million deal.
Here is what...
Last week, Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose was in Japan for an Adidas tour and decided to face off against some eager Derrick Rose fans in some games of one-on-one on an outdoor basketball hoop.
In one of the clips, he faced off against three guys dressed like samurai and he threw down a nasty two-handed dunk:
Here are some of the other clips:
Derrick Rose plays hoops against...
Tweet Two time All-Star forward Luol Deng fully plans to test the unrestricted free agency market when his contract expires next summer, according to Deng’s agent Herb Rudoy. Here are details courtesy of the Chicago Tribune: “Luol has taken the position that he will definitely go through the free-agent process,” said Rudoy, Deng’s Chicago-based agent. […]
According to RealGM, Luol Deng and the Chicago Bulls have failed to agree upon a contract extension. Chicago Bulls executive Gar Forman made it clear that the Bulls will not offer Luol Deng a long-term contract, which makes Deng a free agent during the 2014 market. A two-time NBA All-Star, Deng is known for his tremendous […]
Discussions on a contract extension between Luol Deng and the Chicago Bulls never reached financial terms, leaving the organization risking losing the All-Star forward in free agency next offseason, a league source told RealGM.
Deng’s representatives held meetings with Chicago’s front office about the possibility of a deal before the upcoming season, and the next stage in their...
The Chicago Bulls’ Jimmy Butler had a great 2012-2013 campaign, and is hitting the offseason with the same tenacity he showed when guarding Kobe Bryant last year. The regiment is a strict one, but also a fair one. What would that training be exactly? It would of course be playing some one-on-one with March Wahlberg. It would appear that Jimmy won 7-6 if his Instagram caption...
The Chicago Bulls will sign Mike James this week to bring the veteran guard into training camp.
James played for the Dallas Mavericks last season, averaging 6.1 points and 3.1 assists.
James, 38, has averaged 10 points and 3.5 assists in his career.
Mike Greenberg and his partner Mike Golic will hit the road for hyped up college football and NFL games this year. They’ll be in Evanston on Friday, Oct. 4, in advance of Saturday’s match-up with “Greeny’s” alma mater vs. the Ohio State Buckeyes.
The co-host of the nationally syndicated ESPN radio show “Mike And Mike in the Morning” was gracious enough to grant me an...
After glancing through the ESPN nationally televised games for the upcoming year, ESPN and I clearly disagree on what a good NBA will look like. The only evidence I need for this argument sits with Boston getting three games on ESPN. So I thought I would list a few games that either should have gotten an ESPN consideration, or will simply...