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The Chicago Bulls announced Derrick Rose had an MRI which showed a medial meniscus tear of the right knee that will require surgery. A timetable for Rose’s recovery will be given following his surgery.
That leaves Chicago with Aaron Brooks and Kirk Hinrich as the current options at point guard.
Nate Robinson is an intriguing option for Chicago on the free agent market. Robinson played well for the Bulls during the 2013 playoffs where he averaged 16.3 points per game.
With that in mind, Michael Scotto of SheridanHoops.com joined Yahoo! Sports Radio and host Anthony Pepe to discuss the immediate future for Derrick Rose, whom the Chicago Bulls will target as a potential replacement and the future of coach Tom Thibodeau.
Breaking down between the latest with Kevin Love and the Chicago Bulls and Manchester United's first USA tour game. Enjoy!
I reported this morning that the Chicago Bulls have made an offer of Nikola Mirotic, TajGibson, and Doug McDermott to the Minnesota Timberwolves in exchange for Kevin Love.
Naturally, this was big news in Chicago -- especially since it comes one day after both McDermott and Mirotic signed their rookie contracts. They cannot be traded for another 29 days.
I talked about the Bulls' offer, and how it stacks up against other teams' offers, in this interview with the Carman & Jurko Show on ESPN1000 in Chicago.
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Marc Griffin, Phil Boileau, and Mota Elb discuss Derrick Rose and the reloaded Chicago Bulls.
Should Chicago be concerned D-Rose is playing aggressively for Team USA?
Does Pau Gasol fit with Joakim Noah?
Will Doug McDermott adapt well to NBA game?
How good was Nikola Mirotic in Europe?
Aaron Brooks a sneaky good pickup?
Are the Bulls a real contender?
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Breaking down the newest Bulls free agent talk and Manchester United's first game of their USA tour Enjoy!.
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Get the latest Chicago Bulls vs Miami Heat Playoff post game.
With most of the first round series' complete, what did I get right and what was I completely off-base about in terms of predictions? Did the Chicago Bulls knock off the Milwaukee Bucks on the road? If the Bucks did force a Game 7, which team has the advantage?
What does Kevin Love's injury mean for the Cleveland Cavaliers not only this postseason, but for this offseason and the foreseeable future? Are the Cavs still the favorites to make it out of the Eastern Conference?