Found April 16, 2012 on
No Guts, No Glory:
Now that Derrick Rose has won a MVP award and no one in the league can guard him, teams have become fed up. They are fed up that Rose gets any and every shot he wants on the court whenever he chooses to. And since most teams don’t have one person on their roster that can stop Rose from doing whatever he wants to do, they’ve decided to rough Rose up.
Now this isn’t a new practice. Teams have historically been extra physical with players that can torch them at any given time. Just ask Michael Jordan about the “Jordan Rules”. And like Jordan early on, Rose is struggling with the new defensive approach teams are using against him.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is fed up with the way some players in the league are trying to defend him.
Rose, who scored 24 points in the Bulls’ 100-94 overtime win over the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night, was frustrated that he had a bloody dent on the bridge of his nose thanks to Pistons’ forward Charlie Villanueva.
After the game, Ros...
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The Chicago Bulls point guard opened up during an interview that appears in the pages of GQ, specifically about his aversion to being in the spotlight.
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose bemoaned his life in the spotlight, saying it "doesn't fit my personality."
"It gets on my nerves that I just can't go out," Rose said in an interview for the May issue of GQ magazine, published online Tuesday.
The reigning NBA MVP said part of the problem is the city he is playing in.
"Chicago isn't used to...
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is an old school warrior!I’m generally not one to support today’s mostly overpaid, whining, millionaire athletes, but I’ve got to give my man Derrick Rose some support when he says he sick and tired of being hammered when he drives to the basket these days.First and foremost, Rose is an ‘old-school’ player that is a flat-out warrior...
Playing basketball in a city like Chicago comes with a number of responsibilities. Every superstar is the recipient of fame and attention, but life as a star athlete in cities like Boston, New York, and Chicago is far different than that of someone who plays in Utah. Derrick Rose loves playing basketball and takes winning seriously, but he is the anti-LeBron James. Not only could...
Although it has been a very successful campaign for the Chicago Bulls so far; in many ways it has been a frustrating season for the team’s All-Star point guard Derrick Rose. The reigning NBA MVP has been best by injuries for the entire season and has played in just 37 of his team’s first 50 games and in fact was back on the sidelines with a sore foot as Chicago took on the Washington...
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#1 Chicago Bulls Record: 46-14 Their bench is deadly and they will only get better now that Derrick Rose is getting his groove back.
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Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose is on the cover of the May issue of GQ magazine. The reigning MVP discussed the strain and isolation of playing in his hometown. Plus playing in Michael Jordan’s shadow. Derrick Rose on being compared to Michael Jordan: “…His titles drive me. What’s wrong with getting close to the best [...]
Last year’s NBA MVP Derrick Rose is having a rough 2012 NBA season. He has dealt with a bunch of nagging injuries this season, which has caused him to miss a bunch of games. It the Bulls latest game Rose got nailed on a drive to the basket.
Late in the 4th quarter Rose drove the lane but the Milwaukee Bucks’ Charlie Villanueva would not let him get an easy basket...
The Bulls were without stars Derrick Rose and Luol Deng due to injuries Monday night against the Washington Wizards.
Rose was out with a sore right foot as he missed his 24th game of the season. Deng sat out due to sore right ribs.
Rose injured his foot in Sunday's win at Detroit, when he bounced back from a dismal two-point performance against the Heat on Thursday by scoring...
Derrick Rose scored 24 points, including a tying 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation, and the Chicago Bulls beat the Detroit Pistons for the 15th straight time, 100-94 in overtime Sunday night.
Rodney Stuckey scored 32 points for the Pistons, but he missed two crucial free throws late in the fourth quarter. Rose's 3-pointer with 6.4 seconds remaining tied the game at...
The Chicago Bulls are getting closer to locking up their second straight No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs, and it appears Derrick Rose will be around for the stretch run after fighting off injuries.
That's not good news for the Washington Wizards.
Fresh off some late-game heroics, Rose looks to help the Bulls earn their eighth straight win over Washington when...