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Tom Thibodeau and Derrick Rose both downplayed Rose joining the team on the bench, with the Bulls' head coach saying it might not happen regularly.
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The Chicago Bulls are anxiously awaiting the return of their superstar point guard.
As he walks the road to recovery, every move that he makes is being documented.
This video recap tells the entire story of Rose’s journey and leaves us with two final questions.
Will Derrick Rose play in 2013? If so, will he return to his MVP form?
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Derrick Rose joined his teammates on the Chicago Bulls bench during a game for the first time this season, which is a great sign no matter how you look at it.
Rose has been out since tearing his ACL late last April in the playoffs. His rehab has been going somewhat slowly, and he said last month he wouldn’t mind missing the season if decides his knee is not ready. But, last week...
Derrick Rose isn't back just yet for the Bulls, but he will be soon
When: 8:00 PM: Saturday, March 2nd, 2013
Where: United Center; Chicago, IL
TV: YES Network
Going to keep it short for this one, as the Nets are kind of making me sick right now. Brooklyn, just a half-game up on the Bulls in the 5th-seed of the Eastern Conference, need to win tonight...
While the Chicago Bulls continue to be cautious with Derrick Rose, a historic performance by Joakim Noah only masked their ongoing offensive troubles without their star guard.
Things may not get any easier against the Brooklyn Nets, who have been stingy on the road lately.
The Bulls will try to beat the Nets for the 12th time in 15 home games on Saturday night.
Rose dunked four...
Joakim Noah is one player that the Chicago Bulls have had to lean on heavily to remain in the playoff hunt with Derrick Rose out. He is playing 38.3 minutes per game after averaging only 30.4 last season. Noah has responded to the increase in playing time, as he is averaging a double-double that includes career highs in points (12.1) and rebounds (11.4). That doesn’t mean he isn’t...
Brooklyn Nets (34-25) vs. Chicago Bulls (33-25)
At this point in the season it is the little surprises that have tom ake a coach very happy.
The little things like scoring a big victory, getting another team within your sights in the Playoff race and seeing great individual performances.
A perfectionist like Tom Thibodeau probably does not care so much about...
The Chicago Bulls play as hard as any team in the NBA, and that can sometimes rub a team or players the wrong way. Tom Thibodeau rides his starters hard, and most average over 40 plus minutes a game.
That’s his system and his players understand that. As All Star center Joakim Noah told Bulls.com, Thibodeau “doesn’t really understand that whole rest thing anyway.”
After joining his team on the bench for the first time on Sunday, in a loss to the Pacers, Derrick Rose’s status was upgraded from “out” to “day-to-day” as the team gets ready to face the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Derrick Rose’s return remains unclear, but when head coach Tom Thibodeau was asked Tuesday if there was any chance Rose might...
Thibs is all business, all game long, even in blowouts
It's widely-known around the NBA that the head coach of the Chicago Bulls, former Celtics assistant Tom Thibodeau, doesn't take crap from very many people and also doesn't care very much about what others think of him team, himself, or even his actions as coach. Thusly, his practice of playing...
The biggest story in sports right now without a doubt is that Derrick Rose sat on the bench on Sunday to watch his mates take on the Indiana Pacers. Derrick Rose Watch has been an exciting and controversial story in the NBA world with media and friends debating if he should even return. Having everybody following his every move from dunking 4 times in a row in a pre-game work...