The Bulls' Derrick Rose, left, stands with teammates during Wednesday's Game 5 of the Eastern Conference semifinals in Miami.
Quit dumping your vitriol on Derrick Rose, OK?
Bulls point guard Derrick Rose cheers on his team from the bench during their first-round playoff series with the Brooklyn Nets.
The higher the level of sports, it is logical to assume, the better are the agents, athletes, coaches, management types, medics and scouts.
Fans will turn on a professional athlete faster than a rabid dog. It's their nature as paying customers.
NEW YORK | Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau watches tape of the Nets and sees a confident team with an offense in rhythm.
Bulls guard Derrick Rose has given no indication he'll return for the playoffs, which begin Saturday in Brooklyn.
CHICAGO | Cover your children's ears. Don't touch the Derrick Rose poster in their bedroom, though purple bunting taped across it might be appropriate.
People are losing their jobs each day.
With all apologies to "The Music Man," we got trouble, right here in the Windy City, and it's spelled B-U-L-L-S with a capital B.
CHICAGO | This was like hosting the Academy Awards and losing your tux before the curtain went up.
Who shall it be now?
To hear coach Tom Thibodeau and general manager Gar Forman talk about the Bulls this season is like a matchmaker saying your blind date has a nice personality or good teeth.
The Bulls, who've teased us with their NBA title hopes the last two years, are waiting for the surgically repaired ACL of superstar Derrick Rose to fully heal. No one knows when he'll return this season, if at all.
The Bulls' Derrick Rose poses with his mother, Brenda Rose, after unveiling his new shoe, the Adidas D Rose 3, during a news conference Thursday in Chicago.
CHICAGO | Kirk Hinrich is back with the Chicago Bulls.
What more could go wrong for Derrick Rose? At the young age of 23, to have all of the problems he has had.
Sometimes, you need to be involved. You have to get up off your backside and help the less fortunate.
GRIFFITH | C.J. Watson wasn't going to stiff the region's Bulls fans who paid $10 a head Monday night to see him at Bridges' Scoreboard Restaurant and Sports Lounge.
CHICAGO | He is that nasty gnat flitting around your face on a sticky hot day, disrupting all you do.
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