When the NBA season began this year both the Chicago Bulls and the Brooklyn Nets were considered title contenders and serious threats to dethrone the Miami Heat for the East crown.
Bulls guard Derrick Rose said Thursday he won’t close the door on returning for the playoffs if his surgically repaired knee is up to it. “If I’m healthy and the situation is right, I’m going to be back playing,”
DeMarcus Cousing took an apparent shot at Derrick Rose through a tweet.
Earlier this morning on SportstalkFlorida Mornings, Eric Lopez talked to NBA Insider David Gaulman of SportsTalkFlorida.com. Why you should listen : Lopez and Gaulman cover the latest topics in the NBA from Derrick Rose’s new knee injury and Kobe Bryant
People may be shocked that I have Kobe Bryant in my top-5, especially considering that ESPN has him ranked 25th best in the NBA.
After telling Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose that he can’t wear Kinesio tape on his sore neck, the NBA reversed course later Wednesday and will allow its use on an “experimental basis.” “After a discussion today with Jerry
Larry Sanders says Nash and Rose are the toughest to guard on pick-and-roll.
The Miami Heat took in once last chance to relish their 2012-13 championship season. Then it was back to business. The two-time defending NBA title-holders sent a clear message to one of the expected top challengers to their crown,
Chicago Bulls vice president John Paxson said Thursday that Derrick Rose has looked “fearless” during the preseason and that the team has no plans to limit his minutes or games played in his first season back from knee surgery.
Things have changed since the last time Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose played a real NBA game. The Miami Heat are still the champs, LeBron James is still the best player on the planet—although Rose doesn’t see it that