Found June 05, 2012 on Crossover Chronicles:
The Chicago Bulls' season went up in smoke when Derrick Rose collapsed to the ground at the end of Game One, the very first playoff of the entire season, with a torn ACL. Chicago was game, but hardly the top seed in the East without its spark plug in Rose. No one could carry the offensive load and the 76ers advanced. ACLs are not the devastating injuries they used to be, but it still takes a while for players to recover, rehabilitate and return to full form. While Derrick Rose may be progressing in his recovery and rehabilitation nicely, there are still rumors and reports circulating that Rose could miss the entire 2013 season, if not just a huge chunk of it. Rose already had a tough time staying healthy in 2012, playing in only 39 of the team's 66 regular season games (this after missing only six games total in his three previous years). While the Bulls still have a talented roster, especially on the defensive end, nobody expects them to be able to weather a full season ...

Could Raymond Felton Be The Answer Next Season At The Point For The Bulls?

The Chicago Bulls season came to and end in the worst way possible for the franchise, as All-Star point guard Derrick Rose tore his ACL in the first game of their opening round series against the Philadelphia 76ers. Without having the former NBA MVP running their offense and after losing center Joakim Noah to injury, the top-seeded Bulls went home for the summer after losing the...

Bulls reportedly interested in signing Jason Kidd or Steve Nash

Had Derrick Rose not gone down with a devastating knee injury in the first round of the playoffs, things would likely look a lot different in the Eastern Conference right now. The Celtics are the obvious beneficiaries, having drawn home court advantage against the Sixers in the second round rather than having to face the top-seeded Bulls. With Rose’s recovery expected to extend...

ESPN’s Facebook page declares Miami Heat game 5 winner (oops!)

Remember when Derrick Rose got injured in game one of the NBA playoffs first round and NBC Miami tweeted that he tore his ACL? Bulls fans and Chicago media ripped NBC Miami for jumping the gun on something totally false…that proved to be totally true. Well, this is kind of like that, a social media endeavor that’s a little trigger happy- except this time the joke is on the Miami...

Source: Bulls Will Pursue Nash, Kidd In Free Agency

The Bulls reportedly are looking to upgrade at point guard due to the expected absence of Derrick Rose.
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