Found January 23, 2012 on
For the Chicago Bulls, when it comes to the injury bug, there’s good (and potentially bad) news. From the Tribune: “While Derrick Rose is telling people he plans to play on Monday, the Bulls are leaning toward being conservative with Luol Deng. Deng underwent an MRI on his sprained left wrist Sunday, results of which were not immediately available. He said late Saturday he didn’t think the injury would sideline him for a lengthy period. However, with a normal week featuring no back-to-back games in this compressed schedule, not to mention a Nets lineup that starts three guards, Deng could sit for the first time this season. Taj Gibson also is expected to miss Monday’s game with a sprained ankle, while John Lucas III has said he plans to return from his sore groin. And Joakim Noah will be a gametime decision with his sprained ankle.”
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Bulls forward skipping surgery; plans to play through pain ASAPHardened by past questions about his toughness and buoyed by the Bulls' championship potential, an upbeat Luol Deng will try to play through a torn ligament in his left wrist that sources say doctors suggested he have surgery to repair.
Bulls guard Derrick Rose was in uniform for the team's evening shootaround, but it remains unclear whether a left toe injury will keep him sidelined for a fourth consecutive game Saturday night.
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose will face the New Jersey Nets after missing the last four games with turf toe.
No one will ever confuse today's Chicago Bulls with the good ol' days of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant.
These Bulls wont typically get pumped by the NBA as Must-See TV.
And no three players on the roster will ever be referred to as The Big Three.
But they have something good going for them. Something that might be considered less-than-sexy. Something...
No one will ever confuse these Chicago Bulls with the good old days of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant.
They wont get pumped by the NBA as Must-See TV.
And no trio on the roster will ever be referred to as to The Big Three.
But they have something good going for them. Something that might be considered less-than-sexy. Something that may not increase the ratings...
The Bulls shot 55.4% from the floor and they held the Cavs to 30.3% shooting from the floor last Friday in Cleveland which explains the final score. Luol Deng (21 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocked shots) and Carlos Boozer (19 points, 14 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals and 2 blocked shots) led the way for the Bulls in this game. C.J. Watson also had a very solid...
Boozer: 'Our team spirit is about one thing and that's winning'Following a pre-training camp workout in early-December, Luol Deng, Ronnie Brewer, Joakim Noah and then-Bull Keith Bogans strolled into Stevenson High's gym and, amid the shrieks and autograph requests, did their best to remain anonymous sitting in the backless bleachers.
The NBA-best Chicago Bulls continue rolling despite a plethora of injuries to key players.
They're likely to be even more dangerous with the league's reigning MVP returning to the lineup.
Derrick Rose says he'll play Monday night when Chicago hosts the New Jersey Nets.
Rose missed his fourth straight game Saturday, though his absence - along with that of Joakim Noah...
The Bulls shot 53.4% last Tuesday Night. They made short work of the Suns as they were up 96-68 after the first three quarters. Carlos Boozer led the way for the Bulls in this game with 31 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 2 steals. C.J. Watson (23 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists and 2 steals), Luol Deng (15 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 steals) and Joakim Noah (13 points...