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Dan McGrath: Unless Derrick Rose steps up, Bulls will remain Chicago's other Cubs

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Dan McGrath: Unless Derrick Rose steps up, Bulls will remain Chicago's other Cubs

A great article from Dan McGrath... Hope y'all find time to read it...

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/dan_mcgrath/12/22/bulls/in...


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sad because it's true

sad because it's true

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Check my articles out at

Check my articles out at cocoahoops.blogspot.com! I have to agree, also. I can't put the weight on Derrick Rose because it's his sophomore year. Secondly, the intent on drafting Rose was strictly because he got other players field goal attempts. So to say that Rose will have to take over far as scoring goes, that's totally not fair. His game never was and never will be that way. He's a selfless person in that way. Don't get your hopes high in that faucet of the game because Rose won't go Chris Paul statistically. I think you'll see Rose take over game with ease once a gem is placed in the lineup with him. You're going to see him draw more fouls and complete more dunks. Right now, oppositions have the lock on Bulls best player and that's evident on every pick-and-roll. Seriously, why would you let go your best shooter and the team most potent plays are predicated on pick-and-pops or draw-and-kicks? Face it, their management is to blame for this catastrophe.

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