Bulls Vs. Knicks: Chicago Topples New York 104-99

The Chicago Bulls knocked off the New York Knicks at the United Center on Monday.

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Derrick Rose Car Accident: Bulls PG Involved In Kennedy Expressway Fender-Bender

According to various reports Tuesday afternoon, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose was rear-ended on the Kennedy Expressway.

Related: Derrick Rose Rips Referees For Lack Of Foul Calls Vs. Knicks

NBC Chicago has some additional details regarding the accident. According to that report, Rose's Bentley was struck by a man driving a Saturn; the man was uninjured, and Rose refused treatment at the scene.

In an email to NBC Chicago, the Bulls said that the point guard is fine.

Rose is the second high profile Chicago athlete to be involved in a car accident recently -- Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews crashed into an elevated train post last month.

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Derrick Rose Fined $25,000 For Criticizing Referees

The Chicago Bulls defeated the New York Knicks 104-99 on Monday night, but Derrick Rose wasn't happy about the treatment he received from the game's officials. And based on the way he phrased his criticism of the officials, it sounds like he thinks Monday night was no aberration:

"I've gotta be the only superstar in the league that's going through what I'm going through right now," [Rose] said. "But I can't say too much about it."

Related: Derrick Rose Rips Referees For Lack Of Foul Calls Vs. Knicks

On Tuesday, the NBA announced that it had fined the point guard $25,000 for those remarks.

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Derrick Rose Rips Referees For Lack Of Foul Calls Vs. Knicks

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose spent much of Monday night's 104-99 victory over the New York Knicks outwardly displaying his frustrations for a perceived lack of foul calls. After the game, Rose was uncharacteristically critical of the officiating.

"I've gotta be the only superstar in the league that's going through what I'm going through right now," the reigning MVP said. "But I can't say too much about it."

When Rose was informed by reporters that he could potentially be fined by the league for his comments, he said: "I could care less right now."

Rose ended the night with 32 points after shooting 12-of-29 from the field. He made 6-of-9 free throws, but felt like he should have been at the foul line more often.

Chicago hosts at the Miami Heat on Wednesday.

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Knicks Vs. Bulls Final Score: Chicago Defeats New York 104-99

It wasn't always pretty, but the Chicago Bulls rode a strong second half to a 104-99 victory over the New York Knicks at the United Center on Monday night. The win lifts Chicago to 35-9 overall, while the Knicks fall to 18-24. The Bulls have now won 10 of their last 11 games, while New York has lost six in a row.

It was again Derrick Rose who starred for Chicago, finishing with a game-high 32 points on 12-of-29 shooting. Rose also added seven rebounds and six assists. Center Joakim Noah also played we, finishing with 12 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and three blocks. Taj Gibson had 15 points and 13 rebounds (eight offensive) for Chicago off the bench.

Carmelo Anthony scored 21 for New York, while teammate Amar'e Stoudemire had 20 points.

Rose hasn't thrown down many dunks for Chicago this season, but he had an impressive one-handed slam in the fourth quarter. Here's the video:

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Knicks Vs. Bulls Score Update: Chicago Leads 79-77 After Three

The third quarter between the Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks was a good one: the teams combined for 59 points and there were 11 lead changes, but the quarter ends with Chicago holding a one-point lead. The Bulls will take a 79-78 lead into the fourth quarter at the United Center, even as the team plays without Luol Deng (wrist), Richard Hamilton (shoulder), and C.J. Watson (ankle).

The Bulls are being led by center Joakim Noah, who is putting together a fantastic all-around night. Noah has 12 points, nine rebounds, three assists, two steals, and two blocks through three quarters. Derrick Rose has 22 points for Chicago. Carlos Boozer (13 points) and Ronnie Brewer (11 points) have also helped pace Chicago's scoring.

Four Knicks have reached double-figures in scoring, led by 18 points from power forward Amar'e Stoudemire. Carmelo Anthony has 16 points and Tyson Chandler and Jeremy Lin each have 11 points for New York.

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Knicks Vs. Bulls Score Update: New York Takes A 50-48 Lead Into Halftime

The Chicago Bulls are playing without Luol Deng, Richard Hamilton, and C.J. Watson tonight against the New York Knicks, and through the first half, it's rather noticeable. The Bulls head into halftime down 50-48 at the United Center. As if you couldn't tell by the look on Derrick Rose's face, it's been a frustrating half.

Rose has a game-high 13 points on just 5-of-15 shooting thus far, but he's been glaring at the officials nearly every time down the court. Power forward Taj Gibson came off the bench to add seven points and seven rebounds for Chicago. Ronnie Brewer, Kyle Korver, and Joakim Noah each have six points at the half.

Chicago is also in a bit of foul trouble. Power forward Carlos Boozer has three fouls, as does backup center Omer Asik.

New York was led by Jeremy Lin, who finished the half with eight points and five assists and just one turnover. Center Tyson Chandler has 11 points and five rebounds for New York at the half. Carmelo Anthony has eight points and five assists.

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Bulls Vs. Knicks Score Update: New York Holds 25-23 Lead After 1st Quarter

The Chicago Bulls welcomed the New York Knicks to the United Center for an eagerly anticipated matchup of point guards Derrick Rose and Jeremy Lin. Lin hasn't been a huge factor in the scoring for New York yet, but the Knicks do hold a 25-23 lead over the Bulls as they head into the second quarter.

Derrick Rose hasn't shot the ball well so far, but he had his moments, like the coast-to-coast score that can been seen below.

Related: Bulls Vs. Knicks Preview: Streaking Bulls Look To Keep Slumping Knicks Out Of Win Column

Rose has seven, while Joakim Noah and Kyle Korver have scored six apiece. Tyson Chandler leads New York with seven points.

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Bulls Vs. Knicks: Bulls To Be Without Three Key Contributors

The Chicago Bulls have gotten used to playing shorthanded this season, and Monday night vs. the New York Knicks will be no different: Chicago will be without Luol Deng, Richard Hamilton and John Lucas III.

Deng is resting his left wrist, which has been injured for most of the year, and Hamilton is still dealing with a nagging shoulder injury. Lucas, meanwhile, is nursing an injured ankle. Coincidentally, this exact trio missed Chicago's last game vs. the Knicks in Madison Square Garden in early February, a game which saw Derrick Rose drop 32 points and 13 assists in a 105-102 victory.

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Bulls Vs. Knicks Preview: Streaking Bulls Look To Keep Slumping Knicks Out Of Win Column

The Chicago Bulls (34-9) host the new look New York Knicks (18-23) as Jeremy Lin, Carmelo Anthony and crew look to recapture the magic of a month ago.

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