Alright, I’ll Be the One to Say It: D-Rose Bombing Threes Is a Good Sign

March 23rd, 2010 by Adam Lufrano Leave a reply »
Derrick Rose got injured early in a game against Orlando this season and missed a significant amount of time. While Rose was sidelined, the Bulls were busy losing a season-high ten games in a row.

Rose has been back in the Bulls starting lineup for two games now, and the Bulls are 2-0.

Granted, the Bulls beat a 76ers team that isn't very good and then an average Houston team at home. But they still won — something they weren't able to do without Rose. And Rose played phenomenal both games, especially against Houston where he posted a line of 27 points, seven rebounds, and eight assists.

But I, along with almost every Bulls fan, noticed something new about Rose's game. He was doing something that he didn't do before his injury, but now he's doing it quite well. What is it?

He's shooting three-pointers.

That's it. It's that simple. It may not seem like a big deal.

But the way I see it, it is a very big deal. Just look at these stats.

Derrick Rose put up seven three-point shot attempts in the Bulls most recent game. That is a career high for Derrick. His previous career high? Six attempts, whic ...

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