Rose Has Adopted the Reggie Bush Defense

Derrick Rose says he did nothing wrong. But if that's the case, he should be screaming. He should be suing. He should be expending at least as much energy to repair his reputation as he would to retrieve a loose ball.

If he's really innocent, he should probably act less guilty.

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