Even if Derek Rose is unable to lead his team past the red-hot Miami Heat, Rose’s desire to be “labeled as a winner” will (and has already) materialize. Youngest MVP ever – are you kidding me!

 

What can I say, the kid has skills.

Standing at just 6’3” and weighing only 190 lbs, Rose doesn’t seem like a force to be reckoned with – but haven’t you heard the phrase things aren’t always what they seem? He’ll blast past you in the blink of an eye if you’re not paying close attention. He’ll leave your ankles twisted if you don’t guard him properly ( just ask Andre Miller). He ‘ll even dunk on your face when you least expect it. Oddly enough, he’s down two games to one against Wade & Co.

What’s the problem? How can the Chicago Bulls bounce back from such a deficit? They have to play more like a team. Rose is more than just a role player of course, he’s the Bulls’ star. Utilizing  him only would be too easily predictable – they have to use the skills of the other players.

Deng, Deng.

Ring bells and get to the NBA finals Chicago.

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