SportsNation Blog Archives Derrick Rose
The news shook the NBA on Tuesday night: Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose, the former NBA MVP who since has been afflicted by multiple injuries, once again needs surgery -- once again for a torn meniscus in his right knee.
Rose is liked throughout the league, meaning fellow players were quick to send their well wishes:
Man feel bad for D.Rose! Keep your head up homie and stay strong G!— LeBron James (@KingJames) February 25, 2015
Damn man send one up for D Rose.. Hate this keeps coming back but like before it won't keep you down! =O— Paul George (@Yg_Trece) February 25, 2015
my point guard. my brother. https://t.co/5sM1UA3i9C— Jimmy Butler (@JimmyButler) February 25, 2015
Prayers up for the homie Drose...Wish u a speedy recover— John Wall (@JohnWall) February 25, 2015
I feel like I'm hurt, that's how bad I feel for D Rose. Smh #gooddude— Mo Williams (@mowilliams) February 25, 2015
Damn man, I hate that...get healthy D! Praying for you.— DeAndre Jordan (@deandrejordan6) February 25, 2015
Feel so bad for Drose. One of the most genuine superstars out there, even better person...— Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) February 25, 2015
Praying for my boy @drose. Just a temporary setback... I know he'll make it back even stronger.— Eric Gordon (@TheofficialEG10) February 25, 2015
Again? Man oh man. I feel the pain. So sorry for DRose. Big fan! Wish you a speedy recovery =O— Ricky Rubio (@rickyrubio9) February 25, 2015
Feel bad for D Rose.. Especially when you know how hard he's been working.— rudy gobert (@rudygobert15) February 25, 2015
Damn D Rose I feel bad for him #sad— Hassan Whiteside (@youngwhiteside) February 25, 2015
Man, prayers up for DRose. Unreal.— Ben McLemore (@BenMcLemore) February 25, 2015
Feel bad for Drose! Wish you a quick recovery! Come back strong!— Nikola Vucevic (@NikolaVucevic) February 25, 2015
Prayers up to DRose =O— Tobias Harris (@tobias31) February 25, 2015
Heavy heart for D Rose!!!— Jordan Crawford (@jcraw55) February 25, 2015
Wow prayers go out to D.Rose smh... it's just sad!! Guy can't catch a break. #Stayup— Austin Daye (@Adaye5) February 25, 2015
2014-15 NBA schedule released
The 2014-15 NBA schedule is here, with some pretty sweet matchups highlighting the season's big days. The opening-night slate comprises Dallas Mavericks-San Antonio Spurs and Houston Rockets-Los Angeles Lakers. On Christmas, the Cleveland Cavaliers make their first trip to Miami since LeBron James left the Heat, while Western Conference titans Oklahoma City Thunder and San Antonio Spurs square off in Texas. It's all part of a regular season that promises to be compelling.
pollcenter:category=5485+2014_15nbaschedulereleasedJuly 28, 2014Jul28
The protracted wait for Derrick Rose to return to form just might be over.
The Chicago Bulls point guard and onetime MVP is practicing with Team USA right now ahead of the FIBA Basketball World Cup and, well, let's just say Finland and New Zealand probably aren't looking forward to defending this:
Meanwhile, if he can start hitting 3s at the rate of the other guy in this final video, the Bulls might just be Eastern Conference favorites -- even over that other contender on the American side of the Great Lakes (note: not the Bucks).Getty Images
Favorites in NBA's East?
Less than a week into the NBA's official free agency, nearly all of the big names have made their decisions. And while the Western Conference saw little movement, the East saw some deals that will certainly shake things up.
LeBron James, in case you hadn't heard, left the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Heat, though, kept Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade, and added Luol Deng in the process. The Chicago Bulls picked up Pau Gasol and brought over Montenegro-born Nikola Mirotic from Spain to team with a (presumably) healthy Derrick Rose. And the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday saw Lance Stephenson go to the new-look Charlotte Hornets. (Also, let's not forget about Carmelo Anthony staying with the New York Knicks and Jason Kidd leaving the Brooklyn Nets to coach the Milwaukee Bucks.) Naturally, there are a lot of questions ...
Noah wants 'Melo on Bulls
All-Star Weekend is a time for the NBA's best to socialize and schmooze, and Joakim Noah took advantage of that opportunity in a somewhat Machiavellian way. Noah told Carmelo Anthony during the break that he wanted Anthony on the Bulls, a sentiment evidently also shared by Derrick Rose, who reportedly offered to personally recruit Anthony. Playing with Noah and Rose might be a tempting opportunity for Anthony. Though he has been putting up great numbers this season and he'd stand to make much more money in New York, he's stuck on a 22-40 team that would need some kind of miracle to make the playoffs even in a weak Eastern Conference.