NBA Lockout: MVP Derrick Rose Is Right to Blame Owners

October 15th, 2011 by Brian Mazique Leave a reply »
The youngest MVP in league history isn't too young to know he's better off standing strong with the group he belongs to. Never one for many words and even less for public opinions, Derrick Rose said this when asked about the NBA lockout: 

"It's sad. It's very sad, Everybody knows it's not our fault. It's definitely not our fault. If it were up to us, we'd be out there playing. But I think that it's wrong. I know (the owners) can easily take care of it and not take advantage of people. But I guess that's how people are."

It is clear, the frustration of not doing the thing he and many of the other players love is getting to him. He is still wise to side with the players. When approaching a dispute or dilemma that effects a strong passion, many times the most passionate will be taken advantage of because of their love of the activity.

Rose and some of the other players love the game so much, that if they were in charge, they may have taken the owners offer awhile ago, just to get back on the court.

The players need people like Derek Fisher, Amar'e Stoudemire who love the game but are not completely commanded by their love during negotia ...

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