Rose 'Has Not Played To His Level' Derrick Rose was named the youngest MVP in league history after averaging 25 points per game in the regular season. He's further proved he deserves the award by averaging 27.6 points per game in the postseason.
Schanowski: 'I'm Not Giving Any Credit To Miami'The Bulls lost Game 2 of the conference finals by 10 points. But considering that the Bulls shot 34.1 percent from the floor, 15 percent from the three-point line and 61.5 percent from the free throw line, there's two ways to credit the outcome of the game.
Ankle Has Taken Rose 'From MVP To Just A Real Good Player'In the Chicago Bulls' seven playoffs games this season, Derrick Rose has rolled his ankle twice. He's been good in the playoffs so far, averaging 26.7 points per game, but he hasn't been his usual self since the injury.
Hawks Have 'No Shot' At Guarding Rose In Game 1Derrick Rose is expected to receive the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award within a few days. The third-year point guard averaged 25 points per game in the regular season, and an even more impressive 27.6 PPG in the playoffs.
Korver Needs To Be More Aggressive On Offensive EndThe Chicago Bulls' 104-99 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Saturday wasn't the team's prettiest win of the season. It took 39 points from Derrick Rose and another 18 from Luol Deng to get past the eighth seeded Pacers.
Thibodeau Will Push Bulls For Top SeedThe Chicago Bulls currently have a half-game lead over the Boston Celtics for the top-seed in the Eastern Conference.
Do The Bulls Need To Fix Noah's Jumper?There are a lot of reasons to like Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah, but his shot fundamentals isn't one of them.
Who Doesn't Love The Bulls?The Chicago Bulls play in front of thousands of cheering fans. Derrick Rose hears frequent M-V-P chants when he touches the ball. And reserve forward Brian Scalabrine has his name chanted when he enters a game.

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