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It is nice that Noah is trying to stick up for D Rose, but it is just my opinion they are trying to prove a point by winning in spite of him.
It is working up to this point, so it might be wise for Rose to keep his suit and tie on.
“Derrick’s a brother,” Noah said. “And to see him go through this is tough, but at the end of the day it’s really funny how quick people are to judge. But people don’t know what it’s like to lead a team, especially after you tore your ACL.
“If you tore your ACL and you have to be the starting point guard and have the expectations that Derrick has, then maybe you can judge, but everybody who hasn’t been in that situation before should really shut up because I feel like it’s just so unfair to him and to this team. We’re fighting, and everybody’s going to just s— on somebody who’s been giving so much to this organization. It’s crazy to me.”
Nothing that Noah is saying is incorrect, but Rose has brought a lot of the criticism on himself, but the way he h
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Derrick Rose may play Game 3
The Derrick Rose injury saga has become a perpetual annoyance for most NBA fans. But for Chicago Bulls fans, this could be the best news they have had in a long time. The Bulls have been stricken with the injury bug and could definitely use the emotional boost alone it would receive from a Derrick Rose return, even if it meant limited minutes.
Derrick Rose and his young son, P.J., enjoyed the Miami sun on Wednesday afternoon before the Bulls lost Game 2 to the Miami Heat 115-78.
When you a superstar like Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose, you get to snack on the big bowl of candy on the Chicago Bulls bench during game two of the Miami Heat/Bulls series:
Clearly, Derrick is either a fan of “peach rings” or “life savers”.
Derrick Rose snacks on the big bowl of candy [Bleacher Report]
OK. You are way too fired up, lady.
And the dude with you at the game? He can chill out, too.
Miami Heat fans got a new embarrassing photo to add to the “that’s so a Miami Heat fan” montage Wednesday night during a chippy Game 2 of the Heat’s second-round series with the Bulls. Miami had the game well in hand, eventually winning 115-98, but not before nine technical fouls...
This Miami Heat fan gave the Chicago Bulls’ Joakim Noah just one thing after he was ejected for berating a ref — her middle finger. That’s one classy lady don’t you think? The refs ejected Noah’s teammate Taj Gibson as well.
There was a report from Hoops World that Derrick Rose “might” be in uniform by Game 3 of the Heat vs. Bulls series. Not his standard suit and tie uniform, but his real basketball uniform. The report didn’t say if Rose would actually play, but just that he might wear his uniform.
It was pretty vague, but Coach Thibodeau doesn’t want to get anyone hopes up.
The Miami Heat say they won’t be caught off guard if Derrick Rose makes an unexpected comeback for the Chicago Bulls in their second-round playoff series. Rose, who has not played all season since having ACL knee surgery a year ago, has traveled and practiced with the Bulls for at least two months. Neither Rose nor the Bulls have ruled the former league MVP out for the playoffs...
Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah were ejected from Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals between the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night after arguing calls.
Gibson seemed to be upset that the referees missed two calls in a row in the fourth quarter, including what appeared to be a goaltend by Chris Andersen. The refs probably weren’t as concerned with small calls since...
As the Chicago Bulls trailed by more than thirty points in the fourth quarter, you could understand if a couple of Chicago players got a little bit angry with officials.
Watch as Chicago’s Taj Gibson and Joakim Noah both get ejected within a couple of minutes and expect some fines/suspensions to come from the NBA league offices in the next twenty-four hours:
Gibson and Noah...
Things are starting to get a little chippy in the Miami Heat/Chicago Bulls 2nd round playoff series as both LeBron James and Joakim received technicals fouls for a collision in the final seconds of the first quarter.
As LeBron was getting ready to drive, he was called for an offensive foul but still continued to dribble into the paint where he tied up by Bulls center Joakim Noah...
Just one game into the Eastern Conference Semifinals with the Bulls leading 1-0, Chris Bosh is already tired of talking about his counterpart, Joakim Noah.
According to the Chicago Tribune:
If there was any doubt about the Bulls’ ability to get into the Heat’s heads after a surprising Game 1 triumph, Heat center Chris Bosh reinforced the idea Tuesday with his response to a simple...
Guest Post By Alex Boris (@Bman86)
Throughout this over the top suffocating coverage of Derrick Rose and his repaired ACL, comparisons have been made from Adrian Peterson to Greg Oden, to Bernard King, to Rob Gronkowski (yes seriously, because he came back too soon they’re saying!). The immediate defenders of Rose are quick to recall how Chris Paul never was the same again ...
Joakim Noah controlled this game down low, from start to finish, dominating Brook Lopez
In the biggest game of their entire season, the Brooklyn Nets crapped the bed. Although they were taking on an injury-depleted Chicago Bulls team with no real reason to think they could win a Game 7 on the road, the Nets started the game flatter than they would if they were playing...
It's always fun to see the Miami bandwagon fans melt down after a loss. It's so funny to see them complain about the officiating when they get the benefit of the calls 99.9% of the time. In a game where the opponent took just 4 free throws more than them, they are certain that the game was fixed. They are used to getting all the calls and when a crew calls is...