Is Danny Granger Enough To Get the Chicago Bulls the Larry O’Brien Trophy?

July 14th, 2010 by Del Choc Leave a reply »
It's definite, before Derrick Rose's career is over he'll be considered a top-10 player when mentioned from 2008 onto what's already in sight. We're talking about a sophomore Lead Guard who finished the 2010 regular season with a better scoring output than Joe Johnson, an All-Star, fellow Eastern conference foe, and get this, a leading scorer for the Hawks who arguably has better scoring options around in Atlanta than Chicago. Last year Rose's most reliable second options were Deng and Hinrich -- dull Robins compared to Crawford, Smith and Horford -- neither of whose best accomplishments have met (and aren't meeting) Rose's standard.

Admitting that, Bulls will have added one marquee name come fall, headlining aside Rose -- Carlos Boozer. Obviously, if any saw his games in Utah you'll know Boozer isn't a Robin. He's Batwoman, for lack of a better term.

So ask yourself: Rose, it enough?

It can be if management knock another home run out the park. Because currently their playoff projection goes in unison to top-five once the playoffs embark, which isn't discouraging. But, of course, there's room left to be desired.

I got a chance ...

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