Derek Rose named NBA MVP

Chicago Bulls star Derek Rose, 22, was named the youngest NBA Most Valuable Player this past week. The outstanding guard for the Bulls deserves this award by a landslide. His abilities and talents are unremarkable for such a young ball player. He seems to be following in the footsteps of the other greatest Chicago Bull of all time, Michael Jordan. Every game the Bulls play seems to also be called “the Derek Rose show”. His ridiculously quick speed makes him unstoppable for his opponents. A job well done, Derek, and good luck in game 2 against Atlanta!


Atlanta v. Chicago Playoffs

The seemingly unstoppable Chicago Bulls  proved themselves to be easily humbled in game one against the Atlanta Hawks. The home game for the Bulls started out with great defense by the Hawks, preventing much scoring from the Bulls, even D.Rose himself. The Bulls seemed to get their act together, but not until well through the second quarter. They began to show their fighting spirit, retaliating against the Hawks, letting everyone see the great team they can be, if only they could’ve held it. They fell apart again at the end of the fourth quarter, just when they needed it. Hopefully tonights game 2 will prove more successful for this aspiring Chicago team.

Bulls Beat Pacers, 3-0 lead in Playoffs

Despite Indiana’s defense shut down on Derek Rose, the Bulls overcame the hurdle to beat them out for a 3-0 lead in the playoff tournament. Rose’s only field goal in the second half was the clincher with 17.8 seconds left. On April 21st the Pacers will be on their home turf in Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, so hopefully the Bulls can keep their streak alive! 

Chicago Bulls Playoffs Game 2

The Chicago Bulls proved themselves this past weekend with a win against the Indiana Pacers. With a record of 36-5 at home, it came to no surprise they were able to deliver in their own court.

The Bulls will play game 2 of 7 tonight at 9:30 ET in Chicago.

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Bulls Playoffs

The Chicago Bulls begin their series of the playoffs tomorrow at 1 ET. against the Indianapolis Pacers. Stay tuned for results. 

Chicago Bulls Star Derek Rose on SI

The Chicago Bulls star player Derek Rose will be pictured on the front of Sports Illustrated this week, this first Chicago Bulls athlete to do so since the big 23, Michael Jordan in 1999. He is currently one of the most favored players for the Bulls, with his fans screaming and cheering the loudest during game lineups and when making baskets, he is clearly the new face of Chicago athletics.

With Chicago already securing the best record in the Eastern Conference, will D. Rose be able to help bring his team to the best record in the NBA this season? For a full recap on the Bulls game against the NY Nicks, visit .