Derrick Rose and Carmelo Anthony are both All-Star starters. Only Rose is the reigning MVP, and he was the one who owned Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.
Some people told me I was crazy when I made that statement prior to Kentucky’s win over Louisville on Saturday but when you watch “MKG” play, it’s tough not to see why he’s more valuable than anyone else in college basketball.
When teams run into an opponent just as good or better than they are, the delicate difference between winning and losing often comes down to an individual going above and beyond to lift their team to victory. It’s time for Derrick Rose to do that for the Bulls.
Bosh scored 34 points, LeBron James finished with 22 points and 10 assists, and the Heat remained unbeaten at home in the postseason by beating the Bulls 96-85 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals on Sunday night.
In the first contest, we saw how the Bulls were going to win games in this series. In Game 2, we saw how the Heat will. The difference was stark and sets the stage for how the rest of this series will go.
Game 1 provided a very valuable look at how the Heat-Bulls series could play out over the next couple of weeks. Here are some key points both teams need to pay attention to if they want to win the series…
Kyle Korver finished with 19 points, Derrick Rose scored 15 and the Chicago Bulls closed the regular season with their ninth straight win, beating the New Jersey Nets 97-92 on Wednesday.
Who won Schmeelk’s NBA MVP, Coach of the Year and Sixth Man awards? Who made the All-Former-Knicks Team? We know you can’t wait to find out…
Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls stayed in the race for the NBA’s best record, overwhelming the New York Knicks to start the second half and winning 103-90 on Tuesday night for their eighth straight victory.
Derrick Rose scored 21 points and the Chicago Bulls extended their longest winning streak in six years to eight games with an 84-73 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Thursday night.
How dare I forget the magical month of March. It really is embarrassing, shameful even. This is the time of year that college basketball players live for.
Sasha Vujacic made the tiebreaking basket with 5.3 seconds left, and the New Jersey Nets snapped their five-game losing streak with a 96-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Wednesday night.
Carlos Boozer scored 20 points and grabbed 15 rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls won for the 12th time in 14 games, pulling away late to beat the New Jersey Nets 90-81 on Friday afternoon.
Toney Douglas scored a career-high 30 points, and the New York Knicks made 16 of 24 3-point attempts in a 120-112 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Thursday.