Derrick Rose showed the world that he is back at his full health and that he can still be the dominant superstar point guard all Chicago Bulls loved. He had a terrific pre-season although he didn’t play extended minutes. However, in the season opener against the Miami Heat he was a bit rusty.
Chicago Bulls executive vice president John Paxson said Wednesday that Derrick Rose will participate in 5-on-5 practices after this weekend’s All-Star break, and the team will then see how Rose’s body responds as he continues to recover from ACL surgery on May 12.
Welcome to this week’s edition of Full Court Press where we compare Kobe to MJ, look at the new Brooklyn Nets Logo, and weigh the Bulls chances without Derrick Rose.