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Looks like Hinrich is wearing those transition lenses
Doesn’t it seem like some role players are just meant to play on the teams they play for? It was always weird seeing Derek Fisher out of a Lakers jersey, Bruce Bowen seemed like he was born a Spur, etc. The case is the same with Kirk Hinrich and the Chicago Bulls. I’m not saying that Hinrich is as good as those two players; they were important players on multiple championship teams. But to an extent, it seems like Hinrich was just meant to be a Bull. The few years he spent away from Chicago, in Washington and Atlanta, seemed like a temporary vacation from his true home at the United Center.
Kirk Hinrich is the type of player that any team can use and would like to have. It’s hard to believe he’s been in the NBA for 10 years now, and he is no longer the starting-caliber point guard who averaged, at his best, 16.6 points and 6.3 assists per game in 2006-07. His numbers came out to 7.7 points and 5.3 assists per game last year, and ...
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Ricky O’Donnell over at the great Chicago Bulls blog Blogabull put up a piece a couple of weeks ago examining the possibility of Luol Deng playing some power forward this upcoming season. The idea is that the Bulls could incorporate some of the new-age small-ball style of play into their lineups, and use Deng as a stretch-4, a power forward who can shoot the three.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose as gone through hell over the past 18 months.
The critical knee injury in the 2011-12 playoffs, the rehab, the drama around the lost season and the self-doubt that must accompany all of it has not made life easy for the former MVP.
Rose is currently in the Far East promoting shoes and gave a few lucky(?) attendees an event the opportunity...
Derrick Rose is still touring Asia trying to sell shoes for Adidas, but as part of that promotional tour decided to play a little one on one. Well one on three in this case against a few Samurais. Rose’s knee looks pretty good here but I am sure Bulls fans are looking forward to seeing this in real action against actual players.
As the United States eagerly awaits the return of Derrick Rose to the Chicago Bulls starting lineup, folks in Japan are getting a dose of the real thing thanks to Rose’s promotional tour he is on for Adidas. The Adidas D Rose tour has provided a glimpse of Rose playing again, and even though it isn’t much we will take anything we can get. Here are a few videos of the young man...
Last week, Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose was in Japan for an Adidas tour and decided to face off against some eager Derrick Rose fans in some games of one-on-one on an outdoor basketball hoop.
In one of the clips, he faced off against three guys dressed like samurai and he threw down a nasty two-handed dunk:
Here are some of the other clips:
Derrick Rose plays hoops against...
It’s almost time T…Chicago Bulls MVP Derrick Rose’s return is coming soon. Check out DRose on the latest cover of Slam Magazine. For those wondering if Rose is ready to return, he was in Japan this weekend, and he looks real crisp.-TODerrick Rose spinning a basketball in TokyoDerrick Rose Alternate NBA 2K14 Cover
Negotiations between the Bulls and Luol Deng’s camp surrounding a long-term contract extension have stalled CSNChicago.com has learned.
Yahoo! Sports reported that initial discussions had been taken place between the two parties in separate late-June and early-July meetings regarding keeping the All-Star small forward in Chicago beyond this season the final year of his current...