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The Bulls have always been looking for offense.
With Derrick Rose firmly supplanted as the catalyst for everything, the Bulls have a solid formula to defend but a less than solid formula for the Playoffs. And, with Chicago surprisingly in the top-half of the Eastern Conference playoff picture and Rose now traveling with the team and getting close to a return to the floor, the team may be looking to solidify itself and make a surprise push in the Playoffs.
Bulls general manager Gar Forman is stoking the fires some to find that offensive boost.
Chicago currently ranks 18th in the league in offensive rating, scoring 100.5 points per 100 possessions. However, even without Rose, the Bulls are third in the league in defensive rating, giving up 97.3 points per 100 possessions. The Bulls, again assuming Rose gets back to some form of health, could very well have the same problems they always have deep in the Playoffs.
So Chicago, knowing the Playoffs are coming, know the tea...
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Contradicting recent reports and despite partaking in full contact practices while recovering from a torn ACL in his left knee, shelved Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose said he’s “far away” from returning and being “110 percent.” Rose, a three-time NBA … Continue reading →
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose still has no target date for his
return from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, and
he even indicated he might sit out the season.
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Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is nearing his return, as he is practicing and traveling with the team. However, there remains no definite timeframe for Rose’s return, and he told Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today that he’s not coming back until he’s “110%”"I don't have a set date," Rose told USA TODAY Sports on Monday in his first extensive interview since...
DEERFIELD, Ill. — Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose still has no target date for his return from a torn ACL in his left knee, and he even indicated he might sit out the season.
In an interview with USA Today posted on Tuesday, the three-time All-Star point guard said he’s “far away” from being ready to play. Rose has been practicing and traveling with the team, but he has no...
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