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Topic - Chicago Bulls
Derrick Rose isn't quite ruling out a return to the Chicago Bulls this season.
Derrick Rose isn't wavering.
Corey Allen, Jr. hit a floater with two seconds remaining as South Florida came back from a 17-point second-half deficit to beat George Mason, 68-66, Wednesday night.
Get past Miami and Indiana in the Eastern Conference and uncertainty rules. Several teams could legitimately finish in third - maybe even the Wizards?
For the Wizards to get to .500 for the first time in four years, they'll have to knock off the NBA's most dominant team -- on the road -- and without Nene.
As he hobbled off the court again, Derrick Rose found himself in a familiar and painful spot.
Injuries to Derrick Rose and Deron Williams likely means at least one point guard will make his first appearance at the All-Star Game in New Orleans.
The 2011 NBA MVP missed all of last season after tearing a ligament in his left knee in Chicago's 2012 playoff opener against Philadelphia. He has played in just 50 NBA games — 49 in the regular season and that lone playoff game — since the Bulls' run to the Eastern Conference finals during his MVP season.
Derrick Rose's comeback turned out to be a cameo, and the Chicago Bulls' worst nightmare became a reality again.
The Chicago Bulls star will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing knee surgery on Monday.
Rose has a medial meniscus tear, which is typically less serious than a lateral tear. Some athletes miss only a few weeks after surgery on meniscus tears, while others miss several months.
Derrick Rose will have surgery on his right knee Monday, and the Chicago Bulls don't yet know how long they'll be without their star guard this time.
Chicago Bulls superstar Derrick Rose is out indefinitely because of torn cartilage in his right knee that will require surgery, the team said Saturday.
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose has injured his right knee against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Indiana keeps talking about the big picture.