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CHICAGO -- Joakim Noah doesn't pull punches. In order to get a straight answer from the Chicago Bulls All-Star center, media members are required to ask a fully-formed, thoughtful, question. Anything less than that and Noah usually gives a half-hearted answer. To his credit, the emotional center can be one of the most honest quotes in the league when he feels like it. Wednesday's media session provided the latest example of that. As Noah continues recovering from arthroscopic left surgery in May, he was asked if he is now "100 percent" healthy heading into the season.
For most of his life, Derrick Rose didn’t have doubters, other than the people who doubted whether he could jump over a backboard, and they should have known better. Now he has skeptics in bulk. It’s understandable that there are fans who have lost faith in the Bulls’ star guard. A player has two serious knee injuries and plays only 49 games in three seasons, there are going to be trust issues. This might not change many hearts and minds around town, but Rose...
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.
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