Derrick Rose Needs To Become a More Vocal Leader for the Chicago Bulls

July 17th, 2010 by Ros Dumlao Leave a reply »
Derrick Rose said that he has greatly developed his three-point shot.

And I'll take his word for it. 

Besides, Rose is not one who likes to brag about himself. He's a very humble guy, and for a young star, I can greatly respect that. 

Put a camera in his face, and he'll mumble his words, avoiding any discussion about himself without mentioning his teammates. 

Despite what most see on the court, Rose is very soft-spoken.

For the Bulls to fully be a team to beat, Rose will have to break out of his shell this season. 

By not landing LeBron James or Dwyane Wade, the Bulls had the option to build around Rose. And frankly, that seemed like the best path. 

The Bulls had the No. 1 draft pick (out of sheer luck), and they used it wisely instead of drafting Michael Beasley.

Rose nabbed Rookie of the Year, averaging 19.7 points per game, 6.4 assists per game and 6.3 rebounds per game.

He didn't even succumb to the sophomore slump, which many feared. 

The kid is only 21 and in his second season. People got a double dose of his potential in the pa ...

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