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Confident Derrick Rose happy to get past first Bulls practice

Confident Derrick Rose happy to get past first Bulls practice

CHICAGO -- Derrick Rose isn't worried about the milestones he continues to pass as he makes his way back from another knee injury. The Chicago Bulls' first practice came and went on Tuesday without incident as Rose confidently answered questions about his status and impressed teammates and coaches along the way. "There really wasn't any emotions like that," Rose said of being back on the floor with his teammates. "I just wanted to get the first one over with.
Rotoworld 7 hours ago

Derrick Rose wishes season started earlier - Derrick Rose (G) Chicago Bulls

Derrick Rose is healthy and ready to get the preseason going as soon as possible, he said on Tuesday.
Blog a Bull 18 hours ago

Bulls Show Podcast: training camp, Jimmy Butler's contract

From Mitch and Nillz: After nearly a month long hiatus, the Bulls Show is back with Nillz catching up with Jay Patt of Blogabull.com. We reflect on the FIBA World Cup, discuss media day anecdotes/optimism, and analyze Jimmy Butler's value. You can listen directly at their site or using the embedded player below: Subscribe to The Mitch & Nillz Bulls Show on iTunes, and follow on Twitter (@TheBullsShow). For any questions or comments, you can contact Mitch & Nillz via email at thebullsshowATgmail.com. LIKE BaB on FACEBOOK!, the Bulls Show has been contributing good stuff to the BaB...
Chicago Sun-Times 5 hours ago

Jimmy Butler optimistic about getting extension done

Jimmy Butler might be the best poker player on the Bulls. “His contract, it’s this year? Oh, I didn’t know that. You can’t tell by the way he’s been practicing,’’...

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Chicago Sun-Times Sep 24, 2014

Derrick Rose donates $1 million to After School Matters program

Derrick Rose has busted out the checkbook to donate $1 million to After School Matters, a Chicago non-profit dedicated to providing out-of-school programs for teenagers. Click here for the rest of the story: http://voices.suntimes.com/sports/inside-the-bulls/derrick-rose-donates-1-million-to-after-school-matters-program/ …
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 22, 2014

Nazr Mohammed re-signs with Bulls

The Bulls have re-signed center Nazr Mohammed, the team announced today.

Nazr Mohammed re-signs with Bulls

Center Nazr Mohammed will return for a 17th NBA season after re-signing with the Chicago Bulls on Monday. The 6-foot-10, 250-pound Mohammed, 37, will be back for a third season with his hometown Bulls, one of eight teams he has played for since being a first-round draft pick of the Utah Jazz in 1998. He played in 80 games with the Bulls last season, averaging 1.6 points and 2.2 rebounds in 7 minutes a game.

Bulls make Moore deal official

CHICAGO -- The Chicago Bulls have signed former Orlando Magic guard E'Twaun Moore. The team didn't announce contract terms Thursday. Moore, 6-5 and 191 pounds, played in 79 games with the Magic last season, averaging 6.4 points and 1.7 rebounds per game. He shot 43 percent from the field. He was with Orlando for two seasons and the Boston Celtics for one season. Boston drafted him in 2011 out of Purdue. Moore is from East Chicago, Indiana.
Chicago Tribune Sep 16, 2014

Jake Arrieta posts 1st shutout, a 7-0 one-hitter

Jake Arrieta has pitched exceptionally well since the July 5 trade of Jeff Samardzija and Jason Hammel.
Chicago Tribune Sep 15, 2014

Tillman out for season with triceps injury

The Chicago Bears plan to put starting cornerback Charles Tillman on the season-ending injured reserve list because of the right triceps injury he suffered in Sunday's win over the San Francisco 49ers, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. ESPN first reported the news. 

Tillman out for season with triceps injury

The Chicago Bears plan to put starting cornerback Charles Tillman on the season-ending injured reserve list because of the right triceps injury he suffered in Sunday's win over the San Francisco 49ers, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. ESPN first reported the news. 
Chicago Tribune Sep 15, 2014

Vikings' Peterson reinstated, expected to play Sunday

Adrian Peterson, one of the NFL's top running backs, was reinstated Monday by the Minnesota Vikings despite his indictment for negligent injury to a child.
Chicago Tribune Sep 15, 2014

Kyle Fuller helps turn game around for Bears

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Kyle Fuller's grass-stained jersey rested at his feet inside a buzzing visitors locker room Sunday night as he explained to teammates how he helped get the Bears' season back on course.
Chicago Sun-Times Sep 14, 2014

Derrick Rose scoreless; Team USA wins World Cup gold

It wasn’t always pretty for Bulls guard Derrick Rose in the 2014 FIBA World Cup. In fact, there might have been more ugly moments with the way he played. But when Rose returns to U.S. soil in the next few days, he will do so knowing his two surgically repaired knees are good to go for the start of what will be a very important season for the Bulls. And he also will be sporting a second gold medal. Despite Rose going scoreless for the second game in the tournament,...
Chicago Tribune Sep 14, 2014

Cubs' final homestand could spell end for some

PITTSBURGH — The final homestand of a season the Cubs dubbed the "Party of the Century" begins Monday at Wrigley Field.

Cubs' final homestand could spell end for some

PITTSBURGH — The final homestand of a season the Cubs dubbed the "Party of the Century" begins Monday at Wrigley Field.

Rose feeling good after winning gold

MADRID –- Four shots. Four misses. But a second gold medal. It was not a personal performance that will rank highly among Derrick Rose's finest but it was, said the Chicago Bulls guard, still a night he will never forget as the United States secured their second straight FIBA Basketball World Cup with a 129-92 rout of Serbia in Madrid. “I got the gold without even scoring,” Rose smiled. “It feels good. We came here with a goal and that was to win a championship.

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