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This photo of Chicago Bulls guard Jimmy Butler surfaced on the internet Tuesday and has caused a stir due to its obscene message.However, the former Marquette star offered an explanation for the shirt via Twitter, an explanation that probably won't help his cause much."In regards to the picture that is circulating...it was early last year and the shirt simply matched my shoes. In no way do I support the message written on the shirt. I sincerely apologize to any of my fans who may have been offended. Much love, JB."So, there you have it.Butler slipped on the shirt only because it coordinated with his kicks. Seriously, Butler doesn't have another gray shirt that he owns? I find that hard to believe.Via For the Win
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ON AN 8-FOOT RIM
This rim is only eight feet high, but Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose's knee looks just fine throwing down this between-the-legs dunk.
Chicago Bulls player Jimmy Butler took to Twitter on Tuesday to issue an apology for a photograph currently making the rounds on the interwebs featuring him wearing a t-shirt that bore the message, “Pussy, Money & Weed.” a reference to a title of a Lil Wayne song. Apparently, some folks were shocked by the salacious [...]The post Jimmy Butler has odd explanation for ‘Pussy...
Derrick Rose hasn't played in more than a year. But that hasn't affected his confidence.
In an interview with CNN's Pedro Pinto, the Chicago Bulls star did not hesitate when asked who he thinks is the best player in the NBA.
"Derrick Rose," the 2011 MVP said.
Rose, who missed all of last season while recovering from knee surgery, has not played since the...
At this point for the Bulls coaching staff and fans, any sign that Derrick Rose's surgically repaired knee is back to 100% is a welcome sight.
With that being said, it may have been an 8-foot rim but Rose, while in Spain, decided to rock the rim (h/t gamedayr.com) with through-the-legs dunk.
Hey, it is a good sign right Bulls fans?
Hold the contempt. Save the obvious pronouncements that he's dead wrong. Push back that understandable urge to roll your eyes and wonder what the hell Derrick Rose is up to this time.
Let's all take a deep breath and see Rose's sudden swagger for what it is: He's finally back to his old self.
In an interview with CNN's Pedro Pinto this week, Rose was asked who...
After averaging 11 points, 15 rebounds and 1.7 blocks in summer league, Malcolm Thomas won’t be retained by the Chicago Bulls into next season due to the franchise’s salary situation, a league source told RealGM.
As the guarantee date on Thomas’ contract approached, the Bulls weren’t able to keep the 6-foot-9 forward. Thomas had a breakout showing in summer league...
Derrick Rose may have lost a season of his NBA career to a knee injury, but he has not lost his confidence. The Chicago Bulls point guard sat down with CNN’s Pedro Pinto for a round of rapid-fire questions. During the interview, Rose, who is from Chicago, called Michael Jordan his basketball idol and Chicago [...]
It has taken Derrick Rose more than a year to recover from the physical effects of a torn ACL in his knee but his mentality appears to be in midseason form.
When asked by CNN's Pedro Pinto in an interview who the best player in the NBA is right now the former MVP did not hesitate with his answer.
"Derrick Rose" the 24-year-old said confidently.
The fact that Rose...
The NBA schedule is expected to be released next Tuesday, just about three months before the season tips off.
However, a draft of the schedule is done, and the South Florida Sun Sentinel is reporting that the season will start October 29th in Miami, with the Chicago Bulls watching the Heat raise a second consecutive banner.
More importantly that the Heat celebrating is that the...
Gotta start somewhere, right Bulls fans?? Thanks to Blacksportsonline for the footage.
Back in the grand year of 2010, quantitative analyst Benjamin Morris decided to write a series of blog posts about former Chicago Bulls forward Dennis Rodman to try and prove his worth over his NBA career.
After writing twelve separate posts about Dennis, it seems that Rodman decided to give credit to Morris for proving his overall greatness in the comment section of the first post...
Nate makes an impact everywhere he goes.