Bulls Should Be Careful With Rose

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To find a team worse than the Hornets, you’d probably have to go to the Chicago Public League.

Yet Derrick Rose and his grumpy back played 22 senseless minutes in a blowout victory over New Orleans on Wednesday night. I’m not sure what the purpose was of him even laying eyes on the court. The Bulls could’ve beaten the Hornets with John Lucas VI at point guard, and he won’t be born for another 40 years or so.

Someone needs to introduce coach Tom Thibodeau to the word “chill.’’

The very things we admire about Thibs — his drive, his attention to detail, his demanding nature — are not the best attributes to have in this crash diet...

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