Sad Derrick Rose Shrine Even Sadder After Being Vandalized

Remember that incredibly sad Derrick Rose shrine we told you about yesterday? Well, the only thing sadder than a shrine to a still living basketball player under an underpass is a vandalized shrine to a still living basketball player under an underpass. David Beltran and Brendan Carroll—the two artists who created… » 3/10/15 9:46pm 3/10/15 9:46pm

Chicago Artist's Shrine To Derrick Rose Is The Saddest

It's a common human response to erect shrines and murals in public spaces commemorating fallen heroes. One Chicago artist felt particularly moved by Derrick Rose's umpteenth injury to create one in his memory, replete with the point guard's visage wearing a crown of thorns, crutches and knee pads laid about to signify… » 3/09/15 1:49pm 3/09/15 1:49pm

Derrick Rose Tears Medial Meniscus, Out Indefinitely

The Bulls announced that an MRI confirmed Derrick Rose suffered a tear of his right medial meniscus last night against the Blazers. The injury will require surgery and another indefinite absence from the team. According to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, Rose is returning to Chicago and will have surgery "in the… » 11/23/13 5:49pm 11/23/13 5:49pm

Derrick Rose Tweaks A Hammy, And Chicago Fans Freak

Late in the Bulls' win over the Cavaliers tonight, Derrick Rose went from his all-angles self to a version with an unsettling lack of verticality. Turns out the Chicago point guard, who spent all last year and much of the previous season mending a knee injury, merely tweaked his hamstring or something; coach Tom… » 11/11/13 11:44pm 11/11/13 11:44pm

On A Miserable Shooting Night, Derrick Rose Hits The One That Counts

Other than the fact that he can't shoot, Derrick Rose looks great. He's running around the court like he didn't take an entire season off. His footwork and athleticism are impeccable. Yes, the 18 months of rust is obvious—Rose is shooting 29 percent over his first two games, and has turned the ball over nine… » 11/01/13 9:24am 11/01/13 9:24am