After the final buzzer went off and the Chicago Bulls had lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers in the sixth game of the Eastern Conference Semifinals, Bulls fans were all wondering the same thing... what changes are in store for the Bulls this upcoming season?
In honor of the Bulls starting their regular season tonight, let’s think back to the prime of Derrick Rose. Before the orbital fracture, right meniscus tear, sprained ankles, ACL tear, to the 2010-2011 season. The MVP season, in which he averaged 25 PPG, and led the Bulls into an epic playoff run, eventually falling the the Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals. Derrick Rose, with the help of other veterans and an irreplaceable bench squad, led the Bulls to the best season since the Jordan-era. Every game, home or away, we witnessed the explosiveness of Rose, with every time he drove to the basket, or made clutch buzzer beaters, or eye shaking no look passes. Without a doubt, Rose had an incredible season and very much so earned the MVP award, at the impressive age of 22 years old.