Rose took to Twitter to express his frustration over the CPS teachers strike.
A slow start and an aggressive LeBron James doomed the Bulls, and Jimmy Butler says he has to set the tone so it doesn't happen again in Game 3.
After falling to the Chicago Bulls in Game 1 at home, the Cleveland Cavaliers took Game 2, propelled by a solid performance from LeBron James and key contributions from their role players.
Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau expressed his displeasure after Wednesday's loss with the fact that Derrick Rose failed to get to the free throw line for a third straight game.
LeBron James attacked from the start and scored 33 points, Kyrie Irving added 21, and the Cleveland Cavaliers evened their semifinal series with Chicago with a 106-91 victory over the Bulls.
King James placed his crown back on for Game 2.
Chicago Bulls swingman Jimmy Butler will be named the NBA's Most Improved Player this week, according to league sources.
After a 7-for-26 showing from 3-point range in Game 1, Cleveland knows it must improve from deep to avoid a 2-0 deficit.
As Jimmy Butler's game has grown, so too has his confidence in his ability to be a leader on a veteran Bulls team.
Kyrie Irving, even though he scored a game-high 30 points in Game 1, said he cost the Cavaliers by getting tired out late in the fourth quarter.