Otto Porter was one of five players on the court for the Washington Wizards during their game against the Bulls on Tuesday night. Because he is one of the five players, he is responsible for guarding one of Chicago’s five players on the court.
In some really great news, it appears that the great Craig Sager and his amazing suits will soon be back on TV.
The shackles are officially off Derrick Rose, and with Jimmy Butler sidelined due to illness Tuesday night, it was up to the former MVP to carry a larger offensive load for the Bulls against the Golden State Warriors.
The NBA nailed this one. After months of grumblings over debatable sleeved jerseys by players and fans, it is highly unlikely that anyone will be grumbling over some new t-shirts.
Derrick Rose delivered an awesome late Christmas present to NBA fans on Saturday night, as he dunked a basketball for the first time in pretty much forever.
Derrick Rose hasn’t had a whole lot of luck lately with anything involving the Portland Trailblazers.
I had a “Good, Bad, And Ugly of the NBA” post all set to go, but then last night happened, and it was basically an entire week’s worth of content in a single 10-game slate, so I figured this would be more fun.
I guess vape pens are the hot new thing at sporting events in Colorado and Washington.
Clearly, the Chicago Bulls were not content with the Oklahoma City Thunder snatching the title of “Most-Injured Team” in this young NBA season.
The latest national crisis involving Derrick Rose surfaced last night when it appeared the sidelined Bulls guard casually snatched a jersey — a Derrick Rose jersey — from some little kid sitting court side at the Kings-Bulls game. I’ll ignore — for a moment — the fact I hate this kid (because I hate all
Bulls big man Joakim Noah was quite displeased with the flop job of Kings center DeMarcus Cousins during Chicago’s 15-point loss in Sacramento on Thursday night. Unable to control his emotions, Noah proceeded to lose his mind and hop around like a toddler that didn’t get a king size Snickers bar during trick-or-treating. It appears
The NBA has quickly made it a tradition to make their Christmas games special by having the teams dress in one-off alternate Christmas jerseys. The practice makes the games feel more celebratory and, not coincidentally, allows the NBA to sell even more jerseys. And while the past couple of years have been an unmitigated disaster