Rose’s health struggles remind of some of Chicago’s greatest unfulfilled talent.
A dangerous offense has added a new element to Tom Thibodeau’s squad.
Rose is steal dealing with a strained hamstring.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau has some work to do. He said so himself after a 99-90 loss at home Saturday night against a depleted Indiana team.
Here’s a secret lost in the early season drama: Chicago’s defense has been rather average.
Rose is “a lot better,” but the Bulls are being cautious.
Rose suffered the injury late in Thursday’s win at Toronto.
Rose got injured with just more than two minutes left Thursday and didn’t return.
“Derrick’s fully committed,” Mike Dunleavy says.
A lot has happened since Dec. 9, 2013.
Those around Derrick Rose too often control his message, David Schuster writes.
Was Monday a glimpse of the new Rose?
Joakim Noah didn’t finish Saturday’s game because of a minutes restriction.
Rose is dealing with two sprained ankles.
“I don’t want him to overthink things,” Tom Thibodeau says of Nikola Mirotic. “He’s very good.”
“My body’s holding up well,” Pau Gasol says. “We’re winning. So far, so good.”
Joakim Noah missed the morning shootaround with flu-like symptoms.
So much for the agreement forged between Tom Thibodeau and his bosses.
“It’s always good to measure up against the top teams,” Pau Gasol says.
The deadline for an extension for Jimmy Butler is by 11 p.m. tonight.