1:17 PM EST, Tue December 01, 2015
Chicago Tribune

Mike Dunleavy to visit doctor after back soreness

Two days after Mike Dunleavy passed the nine-week mark since his offseason back surgery, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said the veteran forward experienced soreness and will visit a doctor on Monday. "We should have a better update after that," Hoiberg said. "He had a little bit of soreness." Back on...

Chicago Tribune

Bulls' Derrick Rose a one-man gang that couldn't shoot straight

As the Bulls gathered for training camp, Derrick Rose oozed with confidence after his first summer not rehabilitating an injury since 2011. "I know I'm great," Rose said on the team's annual media day. "There are a lot of people who don't know I'm great. But it's cool. I know I can hoop." Through...

Chicago Tribune

Bulls hold off Trail Blazers' late flurry for 93-88 victory

PORTLAND, Ore. — Derrick Rose's return to action after missing the last two games with an ankle injury Tuesday night proved to be helpful in ending a Bulls' losing streak that has lasted for most of a decade. The Bulls withstood a furious fourth-quarter rally from the Trail Blazers as they hit...

San Jose Mercury News

Bulls' Derrick Rose out for Warriors game

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose will miss Friday night's game against the Golden State Warriors because of an ankle injury.

Chicago Tribune

Bulls after 10 games: Glass half-full or half-empty?

The Bulls entered Tuesday with the NBA's fourth-best record. But their point differential of plus-1.9 ranked 12th. Derrick Rose has yet to miss a game. But the guard has suffered two injuries and his status remains uncertain for Wednesday night in Phoenix after a day of travel and treatment for...

Chicago Tribune

Kevin Durant healthy again and has all the confidence in the world

In August, returning from foot surgery at USA Basketball's minicamp in Las Vegas, Kevin Durant offered a glimpse into the mindset that the Thunder star brings into Thursday's high-profile matchup against the Bulls at the United Center. "I feel like I'm the best player in the world," Durant said...