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Rose Returns, and So Does His Brashness

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Hold the contempt. Save the obvious pronouncements that he’s dead wrong. Push back that understandable urge to roll your eyes and wonder what the hell Derrick Rose is up to this time.

Let’s all take a deep breath and see Rose’s sudden swagger for what it is: He’s finally back to his old self.

In an interview with CNN’s Pedro Pinto this week, Rose was asked who he believes is the best player in the NBA. He didn’t hesitate.

“Derrick Rose,” the Chicago Bulls point guard said confidently.

Good. Great. Yes! Completely and absurdly wrong? Of course. Read Full Article »

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