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Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose has started participating in the team's practices, although he is not taking part in contract drills and is still a ways from playing in a game, CSNChicago.com reported. Rose, who is recovering from a torn anterior-cruciate ligament, has participated fully in non-contact aspects of practice recently, according to the report. The plan is to have Rose increase his workload gradually and get him familiar with his new teammates while regaining his timing. Rose is not expected to return to game action until after the All-Star break, according to the CSNChicago.com report.
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As far as what Rose has been doing in practice, it’s much of the same as what has been previously — walking through “dummy” offensive sets, shooting drills — but according to a person familiar with the proceedings, he’s also dunking the basketball occasionally, going full speed when it’s called for and participating in staples of Bulls practices, such as defensive slides...
Derrick Rose will travel on the Chicago Bulls’ two-game trip to Orlando and Miami, but coach Tom Thibodeau downplayed expectations of a more expedited return from knee surgery.
Thibodeau said Rose won’t sit on the bench during the games.
“All along, as he has started to do more, he’s going to be traveling and working on what he needs to work on,” Thibodeau said. “Prior...
Another person with knowledge of the situation told CSNChicago.com that it won’t affect the Bulls’ roster moves, particularly in regard to backup point guard Nate Robinson — and his non-guaranteed contract, of which the team must make a decision about by Jan. 10 — who is likely to remain with the squad for the rest of the season.
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The Chicago Bulls have managed what most would have thought impossible when the season started; they've remained surprisingly competitive in the Eastern Conference without their superstar, Derrick Rose. They have done so while battling injuries to numerous other role players on the team, but they got a boost last night when Luol Deng and Richard Hamilton returned to the...
CHICAGO -- Richard Hamilton made a successful return from a foot injury and the teammate he sent back to the bench, Marco Belinelli, scored 17 points in his return to a reserve role as the Chicago Bulls beat Washington 87-77 on Saturday at the United Center. Belinelli had started the previous 12 games in place of Hamilton, who tore the plantar fascia in his left foot on Dec. 1...
Chicago Bulls guard Richard Hamilton and forward Luol Deng are expected to play Saturday night against the Washington Wizards, ESPN Chicago reported. Hamilton has been out the past 12 games with a left foot injury and Deng injured his right ankle Tuesday against the Houston Rockets. "(Hamilton) went through shootaround, everything is good so far," coach Tom Thibodeau...
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Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau says guard Kirk Hinrich is sidelined for Monday's game against the Charlotte Bobcats because of ''a compilation of things.''
The chief concern is Hinrich's left knee, which cost him time earlier in December. Hinrich has battled numerous injuries this season.
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