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Bulls' Derrick Rose remains dinged up

Bulls' Derrick Rose remains dinged up
Just when it seemed Derrick Rose would play three straight games for the first time in over a month, he sat out the Chicago Bulls’ lackluster 87-84 loss to the Washington Wizards on Monday night because of a sore right foot. It marked Rose’s fifth different injury and 24th missed game this season. To make... Read more »

Loss leaves Bulls searching for ideal winning formula

Loss leaves Bulls searching for ideal winning formula
Tom Thibodeau’s Chicago Bulls can struggle to make shots on any given night, but the veteran coach has repeatedly emphasized three aspects of the game that he believes must be a constant if the team is going to be successful and in a position to win: Defense, rebounding and ball control. He has drilled the... Read more »

Masterful Derrick Rose undeterred by shortcomings

Masterful Derrick Rose undeterred by shortcomings
By his own admission, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose failed to make the big plays in the fourth quarter of Sunday afternoon’s 97-93 loss to his team’s arch rival Miami Heat when he missed two crucial free throws and then left a 14-foot floater short late in the fourth quarter. In his mind, those... Read more »
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Bulls' Derrick Rose 'sick and tired' of no calls

Bulls' Derrick Rose 'sick and tired' of no calls
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose picked up his first technical foul of the season in Monday night’s 98-88 road victory over the Washington Wizards because he felt it was necessary and important for him to stand up for himself. The incident occurred at the five minute, 20 second mark of the second quarter when Rose... Read more »

Bulls respond with 98-88 win over Wizards

Bulls respond with 98-88 win over Wizards
After Sunday afternoon’s hard-fought 97-93 defeat to the Miami Heat, the Chicago Bulls responded with a 98-88 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday night at Verizon Center. The Bulls improved to 18-5 this season, 9-4 on the road. Playing without both Rip Hamilton (thigh, groin) and Luol Deng (wrist), the Bulls had four starters... Read more »

Heat too much for Bulls, 97-93

Heat too much for Bulls, 97-93
Playing the first contest of a season-long, nine-game road trip, the Chicago Bulls fell to the Miami Heat 97-93 on Sunday afternoon at AmericanAirlines Arena. The Bulls dropped to 17-5 this season. The Bulls, who were without both Luol Deng (wrist) and C.J. Watson (wrist), placed all five starters in double figures against the Heat.... Read more »
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Short-handed Bulls top Wizards 78-64

Short-handed Bulls top Wizards 78-64
Closing out the lone three-games-in-three-nights stretch of the compressed schedule and playing without injured guards Derrick Rose, Rip Hamilton and C.J. Watson, the Chicago Bulls eeked out a 78-64 win over the lowly Washington Wizards on Wednesday night at the United Center. The Bulls improved to 10-2, tied with the Oklahoma City Thunder for the... Read more »

Bulls sign Mike James as Derrick Rose battles turf toe

Bulls sign Mike James as Derrick Rose battles turf toe
With reigning league MVP Derrick Rose suffering a left toe injury in Tuesday’s road game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, the Chicago Bulls signed nine-year veteran Mike James, the 6-foot-2 point guard’s agent, Bernie Lee, confirmed on Wednesday afternoon. James is expected to be available for the Bulls, his tenth different NBA club, Wednesday night against... Read more »

Bulls fight off pesky Wolves 111-100

Bulls fight off pesky Wolves 111-100
A close game throughout the second half, the Chicago Bulls earned a hard-fought 111-100 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves Tuesday night at Target Center. The Bulls, who were playing on the second day of their three-games-in-three-nights stretch, improved to 9-2. The Bulls placed four players in double figures. Derrick Rose had arguably his best performance... Read more »
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Bulls' Noah doesn't capitalize on 'great shots' in win over Pistons

Bulls' Noah doesn't capitalize on 'great shots' in win over Pistons
On a night when Carlos Boozer believed the Chicago Bulls “all had great shots,” the team shot 45.9 percent from the field, piled up 19 assists on 38 field-goals, placed all but one player, Omer Asik, on the scoreboard and three players in double figures, led by Boozer’s 23 points on 9-for-13 shooting. Coach Tom... Read more »
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