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Nate Robinson, who lost his title of “Only Washington Husky To Win The Slam Dunk Contest” over All-Star Weekend, was back in action with the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, taking on the New Orleans Hornets in the Big Easy. Before the Bulls arrived at New Orleans Arena, some slight modifications were made to the visitor’s locker room in order to accommodate the diminutive guard (Nate is listed at 5’9″, which is generous, to say the least). We’re pretty sure we know who tipped off the arena staff: The ball boy got word that @nate_robinson was coming to play the Hornets . So he gave him his own special… instagr.am/p/V8DBKuxkOK/ — Rip Hamilton (@ripcityhamilton) February 20, 2013 [@cjzero] Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
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Nate Robinson and Rip Hamilton have been in an ongoing social media battle all season, and Hamilton got his Chicago Bulls teammate on Tuesday.
The veteran guard tweeted the above picture after the Bulls’ 96-87 win over the New Orleans Hornets. His photo included the following caption:
“The ball boy got word that @naterobinson was coming to play the Hornets . So he gave him his...
With a little more than one minute remaining, the Chicago Bulls and Derrick Rose were on the way to a Game 1 playoff victory, but when Rose landed awkwardly on his left knee everything changed.
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The New Orleans Hornets are open to trading Eric Gordon.
ESPN's Chris Broussard reported that Gordon is "available," but unlikely to be moved because other clubs are "concerned about EG's health going forward."
Yahoo Sports' Marc Spears reported that the Hornets Pelicans will "explore potential deals for him during the off-season."...
Finally some good news for Bulls fans! According to @KCJHoop, Derrick Rose participated in 5 on 5 practice earlier today. One can conclude that there was no setbacks from Monday’s 5 on 5 practice, and that is a positive step towards his return. ESPNChicago reported that a source close to the Bulls thought that Rose looked “really good” on Monday. Combining the fact that...
The Chicago Bulls want to get out of paying the luxury tax and the most likely casualty could be starting shooting guard Rip Hamilton.
CBS Sports' Ken Berger reported that the Bulls are willing to trade Hamilton "in a deal that makes sense and saves
them a year on the repeater-tax rolls."
This makes sense with the emergence of Jimmy Butler, who came on strong...
Is he, or isn’t he? Despite saying his knee “still isn’t feeling right” and that he can’t dunk yet, eyewitnesses say Derrick Rose looked “really good” and is “ready to go” after participating in his first 5-on-5 scrimmage at practice on Monday.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose looked “real good” during his first 5-on-5 drills of...
The Bulls maintain that they wil not rush Derrick Rose back to the court which makes the following great news that Rose is able to do full 5-on-5 drils in practice as reported by ESPN.
DEERFIELD, Ill. – Derrick Rose checked off another box for a possible return to action. He practiced five-on-five for the first time this season on Monday afternoon. Rose...
The Chicago Bulls Derrick Rose may not be appearing on an NBA basketball court, at least in a game action any time soon, but he is appearing on pizza boxes. The Bulls Derrick Rose, pizza do I need to throw in the Blues Brothers somehow just so you can have all the Chicago stereotypes in one place?
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Will he or won’t he? That’s the question on every Bulls fan mind’s since Derrick Rose let it be known the possibility of not coming back at all this season. Monday he took another step forward towards the eventual return, participating in 5-on-5 scrimmage for the first time since tearing his ACL in April 2012.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Derrick Rose participated in five-on...
Scottish college student Brendan got the chance to fly to Chicago after winning an adidas “All In” contest to meet his basketball idol, Derrick Rose, and take in a Chicago Bulls game. Not many fans can say they got to spend the day beating D Rose in games of 1-on-1 and h-o-r-s-e, check out Brendan’s ‘life-changing’ experience:
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The Bulls had seven- to eight-minute five-on-five drills on Monday in which Derrick Rose took part.
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