Thirty percent of the Bulls salary-cap space is useless, again.
Derrick Rose appears to be healthy and ready to get back to the game he loves.
The Bulls dealt with Nike and Jordan. Now it’s Adidas and Rose.
As the Fighting Irish take on the Sun Devils in the Shamrock Series game this October, they’ll do so in alternate uniforms.
Why is Derrick Rose refusing to continue his rehabilitation, per instruction from the team doctor?
Let’s get one thing straight. The minute Derrick Rose steps foot on the court, none of this will matter.
The whole team-doctor arrangement is awkward to begin with.
If you are remotely related to the world of sports and wanted to get your name out there this week – all you had to do was weigh-in on the gays in the NFL discussion. […]
Adidas is certainly innovating basketball jerseys.
What matters is his knee. Everything else? It’s just noise.
Nobody wins if a rushed rehabilitation brings complications and unforeseen risks – not the franchise, not Rose, not even all-powerful Adidas and the glitzy commercial serial they are filming along the way.
In anticipation of the school’s first-ever BCS Bowl, Adidas has released a picture of the uniforms the Huskies will wear.
Speaking at a promotional event for Adidas, Bulls point guard Derrick Rose let the world in on what he really wants.
Rose and Adidas recently released the second installment of ‘The Return’ – a video series that chronicles Rose’s rehab from ACL surgery.
As Derrick Rose rehabs from his torn ACL suffered in Game 1 of the playoffs, Adidas will be there every step of the way.
Instead of potentially taking a financial hit by Derrick Rose’s torn ACL, the company has decided to unveil a video campaign chronicling the former MVP’s rehab journey.
While I’m not a doctor – and didn’t even stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night – I’m of the school of thought that if Rose’s ACL was going to blow out, then it was going to blow out.
Rose’s largely-lost season of treatments and walking boots is already spurring us to ask some difficult sobering questions.
Adidas wants to negate a Lake County church’s trademark, and Bulls star Derrick Rose may get drawn into the middle of the dispute, CBS 2′s Derrick Blakley reports.
Derrick Rose might be a Chicago Bull, but now he’s acting like a real bull. In a new Adidas commerical for his new shoe, adiZero Rose 2, Rose enters a bull-fighting ring and dodges Spanish madadors as if he’s the bull.