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Rose Injury (Back Spasms) Doesn't Slow Down Bulls in 108-87 Win over Nets

Rose Injury (Back Spasms) Doesn't Slow Down Bulls in 108-87 Win over Nets
Derrick Rose only played 10:40, but he certainly wasn’t needed as the Bulls destroyed the Nets 108-87 Monday night. Rose left the game for good with 2:54 left in the first half, but he sat out almost all of the first quarter with foul trouble and the Bulls didn’t miss a beat. As good as... Read more »

Bulls at Nets Game Preview, 2/6/12, 6:30 PM CT, CSN Chicago

Bulls at Nets Game Preview, 2/6/12, 6:30 PM CT, CSN Chicago
The Bulls travel to New Jersey tonight to take on the Nets in the Prudential Center (6:30 PM CT, CSN Chicago). The Bulls 20-6 record is the best in the Eastern Conference, one game ahead of the Heat (18-6). They are percentage points behind the 18-5 Thunder for the best record in the league. The... Read more »

Hamilton, Rose Lead Bulls Past Nets 110-95

Hamilton, Rose Lead Bulls Past Nets 110-95
Derrick Rose and Rip Hamilton each had 22 points as the Bulls had six players in double-figures in a 110-95 win over New Jersey Tuesday night at the United Center. Hamilton had a season-high 10 assists and Rose eight as the Bulls shot 57.3% from the field in topping the 110 point mark for the... Read more »
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Rose Expects to Play Tonight vs Nets on WGN America

Rose Expects to Play Tonight vs Nets on WGN America
Derrick Rose says that he expects to play tonight when the Bulls host the New Jersey Nets at 7 PM CT on WGN America. He is still officially listed as a game-time decision. Rose is joined on the Bulls injury report by Luol Deng (wrist sprain) John Lucas III (groin strain) and Joakim Noah and... Read more »
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