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A key part of the Bulls, Noah doesn't look to be playing at--or near--100 percent for the near future
The Chicago Bulls' injury troubles this season have been no secret, as the team's star point guard Derrick Rose hasn't played in a game yet, All-Stars Luol Deng and Joakim Noah have all missed their fair share of games, and even role players like Taj Gibson, Richard Hamilton, and Marco Belinelli have been out of the lineup for extended periods of time as well. However, in recent days and weeks, it appeared that Chicago's full roster--or close to it--would be able to play this upcoming postseason, especially with the progress Rose has seen with his shoulder injury.
That hope of a near-healthy Bulls team took a tough hit yesterday as coach Tom Thibodeau admitted that his big center suffered a bit of a setback after the team's loss on Sunday vs the Wizards. Noah, who played 22 minutes vs Washington, hadn't played in Chicago's prev...
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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...
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.
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."
After two 10-day contracts, the Chicago Bulls have signed power forward, Malcolm Thomas for the remainder of the season. Shams Charania of Real GM reports that the contract he signed includes guaranteed time in 2013-2014 as well.
According to Real GM:
Malcolm Thomas signed a two-year contract with the Chicago Bulls on Monday for the rest of this season and guarantee dates that...
Chicago Bulls fans, here's the moment you've been waiting for: Derrick Rose dunking off of his left leg.
Those who look at Luol Deng’s stats, will not see an All Star, but those who watch the Chicago Bulls regularly see why he is a two time All Star and one of the best players in the NBA. He only averages 16.7 points per game, 6.5 rebounds per game and is only shooting 42% on the season, but his value is so much more than those stats. He does everything for the Chicago Bulls.
Malcolm Thomas has given the Bulls another body up front in a critical juncture of the season, with both Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson dealing with injuries.
The Chicago Bulls have been holding on for dear life all season with the hope that their best player Derrick Rose, would make his triumphant return from knee surgery and they would go on a spirited playoff run.
Rose is having issues overcoming the mental obstacles that one must face when making his way back from a devastating injury and there has been rumblings of unrest and impatience...
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...
Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah will miss Tuesday's game
against the Toronto Raptors because of plantar fasciitis in his
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...
Tom Thibodeau says Bulls chairman Jerry Reinsdorf was adamant from the start that Derrick Rose would not rush back.