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.
The Bulls-Heat Eastern Conference Finals schedule is set. Here’s how I see the positional advantages and breakdowns for the series.
LeBron James will take some turns guarding Derrick Rose in the Eastern Conference finals. So will Dwyane Wade. Mike Bibby, Mario Chalmers and even Chris Bosh in some moments, too.
Derrick Rose saw the talent, saw the attitude and saw no reason why this couldn’t be a special season for the Chicago Bulls.
Just over a week ago, Derrick Rose was named the youngest Most Valuable Player in the history for the NBA. On Thursday, the league announced that he has also been named to the All-NBA First Team.
Derrick Rose scored 33 points to lead the Chicago Bulls past the Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinal series.
The Chicago Bulls and the Atlanta Hawks wrapped up the first two games of their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup with a 1-1 split. Now the series shifts to Atlanta, with the Hawks headed home with some confidence.
The Chicago Bulls were one of the most dominant teams during the regular season, posting 62 wins and the best record in the entire NBA.
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.
The Chicago Bulls ended the regular season with 62 wins, the top seed in the Eastern Conference and the best record in the NBA. But they haven’t looked like that same team through their first seven playoff games.
The Chicago Bulls’ 86-73 Game 2 win over the Atlanta Hawks wasn’t the prettiest Chicago has had this season, but it’s a win nonetheless.
NBA Commissioner David Stern was on hand for Game 2 of the Bulls-Hawks series to present Derrick Rose his MVP trophy in front of the Chicago crowd.
Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau has a unique perspective of Derrick Rose that few people in the league have. Thibodeau has both coached the league’s MVP and also coached against him.
Back in September, Derrick Rose asked a simple question: “why can’t I be the MVP of the league?” On Tuesday, the Bulls third-year point guard officially became the youngest Most Valuable Player in the NBA’s history.
It was bad enough that the Chicago Bulls dropped Game 1 of their Eastern Conference semifinal matchup against the Atlanta Hawks. But to make matters worse, the Bulls, once again, struggled with a lesser opponent.
Once again the Chicago Bulls struggled with a lesser seeded opponent. This time it was Atlanta Hawks, who came into the United Center and took Game 1 of the series.
In just his third season in the NBA, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, according to sources, will be named the league’s Most Valuable Player.
After eliminating the Indiana Pacers in five games, the Chicago Bulls now take on their second round opponent, the Atlanta Hawks, in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose insists the NBA has not informed him he has won the MVP, regardless of what teammate C.J. Watson has said on Twitter.
The Bulls last night showed everyone why they had the best regular-season record in the NBA, as they dispatched the pesky Indiana Pacers in a dominating Game Five.