Chicago Bulls

Derrick Rose Won't Partake In Physical Activity For 2 Weeks, Will Be Fitted For Protective MaskRose is "very sensitive" to light after surgery on a left orbital fracture.
The Bernstein Brief: Time For Doug McDermott To Show SomethingIt's simple for McDemott: make open shots, space the floor, move without the ball.
Joakim Noah: Let's Have 'Honest Evaluation' Of Me Now That I'm Healthy"I feel great," Noah says after knee issues slowed him in 2014-'15.
Derrick Rose Expected To Resume Basketball Activities In 2 WeeksRose underwent surgery Wednesday on an orbital fracture.
Bulls' Derrick Rose Has Orbital Fracture, To Have Surgery WednesdayRose suffered the injury when he took an elbow in Tuesday's practice.
Court Documents Reveal That Derrick Rose Says Sex With His Accuser Was ConsensualAs a hearing has been set for February 2017, Rose has vehemently denied that accusations of rape.
Bulls' Over/Under Win Total Tabbed At 49.5 By WestgateThe Warriors' mark is set at 60.5, with the Spurs just behind at 58.5.
Hanley: Derrick Rose Continues To Put His Mouth Where His Money IsRose no longer comes across as the humble hometown kid.
Bernstein: Derrick Rose Starts Bulls' Season On Strange NoteConsidering it was media day, Rose picked an odd time to turn his focus to summer 2017.
Westerlund: 5 Takeaways From Bulls' Media DayHealth is once again a big worry, and opportunity awaits Doug McDermott and Niko Mirotic.
Derrick Rose Already Has Eyes On 2017 Free AgencyRose says he wants to remain in Chicago, but he's zeroed in on nabbing his fair share of money in a changing financial landscape.
Gar Forman On Derrick Rose Civil Case: 'We Support Derrick, He's Part Of Our Family'“We don’t feel like there’s going to be any distraction,” Forman says.