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Northwest Herald

Pau Gasol, Derrick Rose help Bulls beat 76ers 114-107

CHICAGO – Pau Gasol had 24 points and 13 rebounds and Derrick Rose – in his third game back after missing two months following knee surgery – had 22 points and eight assists in 28 minutes in the Chicago Bulls' 114-107 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.

On the Beat: Miami Heat | Miami Herald

Injury updates and a scouting report on tonight's game between the Heat and Bulls

BULLS (46-32) AT HEAT (35-43) When/Where: 8 p.m., AmericanAirlines Arena, Miami TV/Radio: TNT/FM 104.3, AM 790 and MIX 98.3FM (Spanish) Series: Bulls lead the all-time series 54-44. Heat is 1-1 against the Bulls this season. Line: Opened at Bulls by...

Northwest Herald

Magic, Oladipo spoil Rose's return in win over Bulls

ORLANDO, Fla. – The Orlando Magic spoiled Derrick Rose's return from his latest knee injury.

News-Herald

Cleveland Cavaliers notes: Derrick Rose could play for Chicago Bulls next week

Bulls guard Derrick Rose told ABC before the game he could return as early as next week.He's been out since Feb. 25 after tearing the meniscus in his right knee. He had surgery two days later.The 6-foot-3, 190-pound Rose has been cleared to practice. Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau said that doesn't mean Rose is ready to play.

Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago

Derrick Rose takes contact at Bulls practice

CHICAGO -- Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose took contact in practice Monday for the first time since undergoing surgery on his right knee in late February. “This is the next step,” Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau said after practice on Monday. “We’ll know more as he goes forward. Obviously he needs some practice time where he’s taking contact on.” Rose had a meniscectomy on his right knee on Feb. 27. He last played in a game on Feb.

Chicago Tribune

Bulls' Derrick Rose remains on target for regular-season return

TORONTO -- Derrick Rose said he expects to be cleared for contact either this week or next and remains confident he'll return from arthroscopic right knee surgery this season.

Queen City Hoops

Instant Reax: Hornets outlasted by Bulls

A gritty first-half effort by Charlotte spearheaded by Mo Williams gave them a 49-48 lead at the half, but matchup issues and an Al Jefferson injury caught up to the Hornets as they fell in the Windy City 98-86. Al Jefferson started the game 1-7 shooting and went to the locker room at the break with just 2 points. Yes, […] The post Instant Reax: Hornets outlasted by Bulls appeared first on .

Chicago Tribune

Bulls' Jimmy Butler likely to play vs. Hornets

Jimmy Butler worked with the starting five during Monday's morning shootaround and is likely to return from his left elbow injury against the Charlotte Hornets.

Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago

Butler expected to play vs. Hornets

CHICAGO -- Jimmy Butler went through all of Monday's shootaround and is expected to make his return Monday night against the Charlotte Hornets after missing the last three weeks because of a left elbow injury. Butler, who injured the elbow in a March 1 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, was expected to be out 3-6 weeks after an MRI confirmed the ligament sprain. But the All-Star swingman has been making good progress in his rehab and Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau is hopeful that Butler will be able to play against the Hornets.

Chicago Bulls Blog | ESPN Chicago

Mirotic emerging as clutch player for Bulls

CHICAGO -- Nikola Mirotic is no longer the Chicago Bulls' secret weapon. After becoming the go-to scorer on an injury-depleted squad over the past month, the rookie has become an irreplaceable force on a team in desperate need of some offensive punch. He proved that again in a 103-86 win over the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday with 25 points, nine rebounds, two assists, two steals and two blocks. What made Mirotic's performance even more impressive is that he continued hitting big shots in the fourth quarter.

Lakers Nation

Lakers vs. Bulls: Kendall Marshall On Steve Nash Injury and Kaman's Performance

After the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Chicago Bulls, Kendall Marshall reacts to Steve Nash leaving the game with an injury and Chris Kaman's season high performance. Join the Largest Lakers Fan Site in the World http://LakersNation.com | Follow http:/