Rookie Rankings, Week 16: Banged Up Bulls Get a Boost From Mirotic

Mirotic Feature

When Derrick Rose suffered a torn meniscus late last month, you could forgive Chicago Bulls fans if their reaction was, “Yeah, we’ve seen this movie before.” It was Rose’s third serious knee injury in less than three years, and in the grand scheme of things actually contained some good news: It wasn’t a season-ending injury. Four to six weeks? Hey, fantastic! Usually when Derrick gets hurt, it’s four to six months! We can deal with four to six weeks! And they can.

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SH Blog: Melo “Likely” to Shut Down After ASG, Kevin Love Sits With Eye Injury

Melo

Carmelo Anthony’s knee has been a problem for basically the entire season, and there have been reports of him shutting down for the season on multiple occasions. Well, that report might actually come to life after this weekend’s All-Star festivities. There is another report that surfaced on Thursday that Melo is “likely” to shut it down after the events in New York this weekend.

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Photo of the Day: Benny the Bull’s Free Ride

Benny the Bull

Whoever is under the Chicago Bulls mascot Benny the Bull seems like a great person. He or she is always at events to represent the Bulls in a great way, and always seems to come through. Then there was Wednesday night at Advocate Children’s Hospital in Chicago, where some players were present to help spread some joy to the children.

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Rookie Rankings, Week 7: Mirotic Earning His Minutes With Bulls

Mirotic Feature

When the offseason began, all the talk around the Chicago Bulls was regarding the acquisition of veteran All-Star forward-center Pau Gasol and how he would work in a three-man big rotation with Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson. Then the focus shifted to former MVP point guard Derrick Rose and his arduous comeback from a pair of debilitating knee injuries as he played for Team USA in the World Cup and arrived in training camp. Once the first two months of the season

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Fantasy Spin: LeBron Hurt, Harden Superb

Kyle Lowry

There’s MVP, and there’s fantasy MVP. James Harden made a strong statement for both last night. LeBron James $11300 (knee) didn’t play in a loss to the Thunder and is questionable tonight in New Orleans. Anthony Davis $11200 had three sub-par games — for him — before jamming his toe on Wednesday near the end of a big win over Dallas.

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SH Blog: LeBron Calls Cavs “Fragile”, Anthony Davis Explodes for Career-High 43 Points

Anthony Davis

It’s been a tumultuous week for the Cleveland Cavaliers. After a solid four-game win streak against teams like the New Orleans Pelicans and Atlanta Hawks, the script has been flipped in Northeast Ohio. The Cavs are now on a four-game losing streak. An ugly losing streak. At times, we’ve seen glimpses of the brilliance of coach David Blatt’s offense. Unfortunately, at the same time, we’ve seen a nonexistent defense and a let’s-stand-around-and-watch-someone-dribble offense.

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