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Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau says Luol Deng, Kirk Hinrich
and Derrick Rose will sit out Game 3 of the Eastern Conference
semifinals against the Miami Heat on Friday night.
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Chicago Bulls canter Joakim Noah said Thursday that getting a middle finger thrown into his face as he walked off the court after getting ejected in Game 2 on Wednesday against the Miami Heat wasn’t fun but it wouldn’t ruin his day. “Do you have fun when
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]
Kirk Hinrich will undergo a second MRI on his bruised calf that is not improving. He has now missed 5 consecutive playoff games.
According to the Chicago Tribune:
…Kirk Hinrich is scheduled for a second MRI on his severely bruised left calf, two sources said.
The initial exam showed damage to muscle fibers, one source said, but the injury is failing to progress, so a second...
Maybe the Bulls really did expected him back in Game 3 and then Rose trolled them. I have to ask someone how far in advance this tickets are printed.
They had to wait until at least 1st round is over, to know what date and time, so it had to be recent. No need to tease Bulls fans like this.
That is cruel and unusual punishment.
Luol Deng rejoined the Bulls as they arrived back in Chicago for Games 3 & 4 and says he is unsure when he will be able to play again as he is still having headaches and also revealed he’s lost 15 pounds in the past week due to the illness which first forced him to miss Game 6 vs. the Nets on Thursday, May 2 and then complications from a spinal tap.
According to the Chicago...
Luol Deng has missed the past four games after complications with a spinal tap and is doubtful to play on Friday in Game 3 of the Chicago Bulls' second round series against the Miami Heat.
Deng revealed on Thursday that he played part of this season with a fractured thumb to go along with torn ligaments in his wrist from last year.
"It’s hard, man," Deng said. "...
After Game One of the Eastern Conference semifinals match-up between the Chicago Bulls and Miami Heat there were some that were wondering if the Bulls actually had a shot at upsetting the defending world champs.
In Game Two LeBron James and company answered that question with an emphatic NO!
This game looked like what you would expect from a team as ridiculously talented...
...if the Bulls were to win the championship?
Luol Deng is staying in Chicago and not rejoining the Bulls for
Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series against the
Miami Heat on Wednesday night.
Every bit of hate Derrick Rose has inspired in Chicago Bulls and NBA fans- he’s truly earned it. Yes, both the Chicago Bulls front office/media relations and Derrick Rose himself are to blame on this clusterf…..
However, Derrick Rose is the highly paid superstar; he’s the icon. It’s on him to rise above and do something about why the whole city (rightfully) hates him currently...
With the Eastern Conference Semifinals shifting to Chicago for the next two games, the attention has turned toward Derrick Rose once again. Anticipation has been that if Rose were to make a return to the court this season, it would have to be at home for maximum momentum and comfort.
Since Derrick Rose will not slam the door on his return by saying he is coming back one way or...
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 ...
The Chicago Bulls’ 115-78 loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series was the worst playoff loss in franchise history, but “it’s not the end of the world” said Joakim Noah after the game.
“We didn’t play well, but it’s not the end of the world,” Noah said late Wednesday, via the Chicago Tribune. “It’s 1-1 and it’s going to...
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah came to the defense of guard Derrick Rose, who remains sidelined despite being medically cleared to play for months.