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In case you weren’t watching last night’s Chicago Bulls/Denver Nuggets game, then you might have missed this cute story regarding Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose.
An 8-year-old fan by the name Skye Vaughn decided to sent a report card to Derrick to help him grade his play and relationship with his teammates.
Check out the photo of the report card courtesy of @CJZero:
Derrick Rose fills in a report card on himself for an 8 yr old fan http://t.co/gHT2fBbR9h
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) November 22, 2013
Rose image courtesy of Getty Images
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Derrick Rose left Friday night’s game against the Trail Blazers in the third quarter and was helped back to the locker room with the help of two trainers. He was not putting weight on his right knee, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune. Rose would not return with what the Bulls called “a right knee injury.” photo via @PorDentroDaNBA The post Derrick Rose...
Unfortunately, the above headline is not a joke.
Derrick Rose left Friday night’s game against the Blazers in the third quarter with an apparent knee injury that has many Bulls officials worried.
The injury was a non-contact injury which is typically not a great sign to begin with.
Here is the video of the injury occurring, the focus on Rose and his knee comes around the 0:30 mark...
Derrick Rose will have surgery on his right knee Monday, and the Chicago Bulls don't yet know how long they'll be without their star guard this time.
Rose headed home to Chicago while the Bulls went back to work Sunday, facing the Los Angeles Clippers in their first game since Rose tore cartilage in his knee in Portland on Friday night.
Chicago coach Tim Thibodeau said...
In the first half of Thursday night’s 97-87 loss to the Nuggets at the Pepsi Center, Bulls point guard Derrick Rose looked like he had started to turn the corner.
Not just in the literal sense — though he did that, too — but in terms of making meaningful progress in fighting through his early-season offensive woes. Rose shot 7-for-12 from the floor for 15 first-half points...
Derrick Rose suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee and will undergo surgery, according to sources.
Rose injured his knee on Friday.
Rose missed the entire 12-13 NBA season as he recovered from a torn ACL in his left knee.
Rose averaged 15.9 points, 4.3 assists and 3.2 rebounds in 10 games this season.
Marc Stein of ESPN reports that the "vibe" around the Bulls is that...
As the Chicago Bulls lost a game to the Portland Trail Blazers last night, the teams, coaches, front office, and fans, were more concerned about the superstar point guard leaving Moda Center on crutches. Derrick Rose had just made his return from a torn ACL this season. He went down in the third quarter. His non-surgically repaired right knee was injured.
Initial reaction by the...
Derrick Rose left the Bulls/Trailblazers game early yesterday and people were fearing that he may have torn his other ACL. Instead, it looks like Rose has torn his meniscus in his right knee and will still be out for awhile. It’s unclear as to wether or not he will miss the rest of the season. […]
Derrick Rose could miss a significant amount of time with his latest knee injury.
The loss of Rose for the Bulls, could allow the Philadelphia 76ers to continue to purge their current roster for draft picks and salary cap fluidity.
Elliot Shore-Parks of NJ.com believes now would be perfect time for the Bulls to try and pry the Chicago native, Turner, away from Philadelphia.
I wonder if Derrick Rose will return to playing, once he’s medically cleared to do so, this time. Now that he’s injured his ACL again, it’s a chance for him to redeem himself, returning from an injury when the doctors have told him he’s cleared to do so. Instead of waiting for multiple months after being cleared. Ever since last night, Chicago Bulls and NBA fans alike have...
Chicago Bull Derrick Rose has injured his knee. The gravity of the injury is still unknown at this time, but he’s looking at getting an MRI Monday on his right knee. After missing a full season to recover from reconstructive surgery to his left knee, there are fears of what impact another serious injury, now to his right knee, will have to his career.
THIS IS HOW ROSE...
Several players on the Chicago Bulls have allied with Tom Thibodeau "in his never-ending battle with the front office," according to reporting from Adrian Wojnarowski.
Derrick Rose and Luol Deng are said to also carry resentments with management.
The Bulls appear willing to lose Deng in free agency, choosing Jimmy Butler's impending extension.
Those close to Thibodeau...
After sitting out all of last season to rehab his torn ACL, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose was expected to return to his previous form. I had even written an article about how he was a legitimate MVP candidate, and I personally figured that he would be able to lead the Bulls to a […]The post Report: Bulls Fear Torn ACL For Derrick Rose appeared first on The League News.
Nuggets coach Brian Shaw was next up. Derrick Rose's sluggish start to the regular season has already begun to attract media questions of opposing coaches to get their take on why.
Shaw obliged, then hoped.
Hoped that Rose wouldn't find his rhythm until after the Bulls left town.
No such luck.
Rose played one of his better games of the season to date with 19 points, but...