Derrick Rose is back on the basketball court in a semi-competitive setting and looks, well, a lot like the Derrick Rose we remember from before the knee surgeries.
For our fourth installment of NBA Oregon Trail we sent the Chicago Bulls out on the trail.
The Bulls have been making me miserable lately. And because my brain is weird, I have dreamed up the opening scene to the musical Les Misera-Bulls.
Against all odds, yet again, by some means, the Chicago Bulls are here. 47-33, heading into the playoffs with home court advantage for the fourth year in a row. And of course, Derrick Rose is sidelined. Aaaaagain.
Dear Santa Claus,
It’s me, Sonny. I saw you at the mall the other day from a distance and it looks like you’re doing well. I know that you’re probably busy with all of your Christmas prep stuff—feeding
Kobe Bryant is expected to miss 6 weeks. /sad trombone
They say a wise man hopes for the best but prepares for the worst. Or if they don't, I do. Similarly, a foolish man ignores the worst and prepares for the best, secure in his own superiority.
I am a foolish man.
Last night was another night full of blowouts and forgettable games. Seven of the nine games were decided by double-digits. There was one game that went into overtime - Chicago Bulls vs. Utah Jazz - but
After Derrick Rose went down with a knee injury Friday night against the Portland Trail Blazers, we all feared the worst. Early reports indicated it might have been another torn ACL.
Sometimes the NBA Gods are real assholes.
The game of the day on this late November Sunday afternoon was supposed to feature a point guard duel between the best point guard alive and the only player not