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Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose opposed reports claiming he would rather wait until next season to play so he can return without his minutes being limited and said he is open to the idea of returning this season from knee surgery.
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The Chicago Bulls have dealt with a lot of frustration when it comes to Derrick Rose’s return from ACL surgery. He has been medically cleared for some time now, yet he has not ran off a second of court time.
The world-at-large has accepted that Rose most likely won’t return until the 2013-14 season.
In this video interview with the Chicago Tribune, Rose states that this is...
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose doesn't know when he'll return to the court but is keeping his options "open" and said he will do so "whenever I’m ready to play."
Chicago Bulls fans, here's the moment you've been waiting for: Derrick Rose dunking off of his left leg.
I will be honest, I feel bad for Bulls fans when I update the Derrick Rose story, because it is variations of the same comment over and over again. It must be torture for them by now.
Rose has giving so many answers, it is like a game almost. One day it is God, next day it is the trainers. Some days he is close, other days he isn’t mentally ready. I have no clue why the Bulls...
Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah recently suffered a setback in his recovery from plantar fasciitis and he’s unlikely to suit up tonight when the team takes on the Toronto Raptors, according to Aggrey Sam of CSN Chicago.Thibs: Jo had a setback— Aggrey Sam (@CSNBullsInsider) April 8, 2013 Noah has been batting the injury for some time, and he attempted to return for the team...
After returning to the lineup from an 8-game absence due to plantar fasciitis in his right foot, Joakim Noah suffered a minor setback overnight and his status for playing Tuesday is up in the air.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said Monday that All-Star center Joakim Noah suffered “a little bit of a setback” after returning from an eight-game...
The Bulls have just six regular-season games remaining before the playoffs.
The Miami Heat have claimed the number one spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs by amassing an insurmountable lead going into the final stretch of the regular season. The Heat have played well this season but would they still be in the same position had it not been for a couple of key injuries suffered by some of their conference foes?The Chicago Bulls led by Derrick Rose have...
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah will miss Tuesday's game
against the Toronto Raptors because of plantar fasciitis in his
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau says the team has not set a deadline for Derrick Rose to return from his knee injury.
Rose tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee during last year's playoff opener against the Philadelphia 76ers. His comeback remains the biggest story surrounding the team.
Thibodeau keeps saying Rose is close and there's ''no drop-dead date...
Playing with a depleted lineup is nothing new for the Chicago Bulls, but now their already sizable injury list is growing
Adding to those that have regularly been in street clothes - Derrick Rose, Joakim Noah, Taj Gibson and Richard Hamilton - the Bulls could also be without leading scorer Luol Deng on Tuesday night against the visiting Toronto Raptors.
Injuries have been a major...
Only Important Injuries:
-Joakim Noah, Loul Deng, Taj Gibson out (stock up for Carlos Boozer, Jimmy Butler, Nate Robinson)
-Chandler Parsons out (stock up for Francisco Garcia, Patrick Patterson)
-Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh out (stock up LeBron James, Mike Miller)
Lineup 1 (60K)
Jeremy Lin ($6000)
John Wall ($9400)
Tony Allen ($4700)
Mike Miller ($4200)
Jimmy Butler ($5800...