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Bulls' Derrick Rose back in action against Trail Blazers

PORTLAND, Ore. — Derrick Rose was in the starting lineup Tuesday night for Chicago's game against the Trail Blazers, his first action since suffering a left ankle sprain Nov. 16 against the Pacers. Rose missed games against the Suns and Warriors, but in recent days participated fully in practice,...

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...

Salt Lake Tribune

Tony Jones: Rose, Bulls would benefit from a split, but are probably stuck with each other

Derrick Rose scored a team-high 29 points on Thursday, showing a mixture of skill and athleticism that propelled his Chicago Bulls to a win over the Oklahoma City Thunder. For Rose, that had to be the high point of his week. The rest of it had to be chaos. On Wednesday, an ESPN report suggested that Rose and the Bulls are on the verge of a split, that the relationship between the two sides is broken beyond repair, that there is no turning back. That would be unfortunate for all involved. The d...

Chicago Tribune

Derrick Rose taking advantage of space rather than launching 3-pointers

Through two games, Derrick Rose has attempted just three 3-pointers in his 33 shots. Some of this can be attributed to Rose's impaired vision after his left orbital bone fracture. It's more because of coach Fred Hoiberg's offense. For all the talk of Rose taking ill-advised 3-pointers last season,...