It’s not about the rift between Rose and the Bulls. It’s about the impact on the court.
“I would hear from certain people that everything wasn’t all right,” Derrick Rose told the Sun-Times.
“I know my game, and I know exactly what I need to do when I go out there,” Derrick Rose says.
Derrick Rose is showing off his old explosiveness.
Derrick Rose is facing top-level competition at the USA Basketball training camp in Las Vegas.
Carlos Boozer’s $16.8 million cap hit will be wiped off the 2014-’15 books of Chicago.
Illini fans can only hope that the next great prep star will stay home in college.
This is an intriguing hypothetical exercise.
If healthy, he’s considered a favorite to make the World Cup roster.
Cubs executives are in control, while their Bulls counterparts are burdened by Derrick Rose.
The Bulls have a simple pitch: Carmelo Anthony can make them a championship contender.
Chicago has been working the phonelines with many free agents already.
All a front office can do is build a stable, attractive franchise. The rest is up to the star free agent.
“I’ll do whatever they want me to do,” Doug McDermott says.
“All indications” are that Derrick Rose will join Team USA in late July.
“I can play with anybody, no matter who it is,” Derrick Rose says.
This is the beginning is something — which the Bulls hope is a big something.
Chicago got its man in Doug McDermott and now turns its eyes toward Carmelo Anthony.
There could come a Kevin Love-vs.-Carmelo Anthony moment of truth for Chicago management.
Speaking softly and carrying a big stick hasn’t helped Chicago attract a star previously.