2 Trade Packages To Send Derrick Rose To Chicago Bulls

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If the thought of former NBA MVP Derrick Rose reuniting with the Chicago Bulls doesn’t warm your heart, check your pulse. If it checks out, consult a therapist.

There was a time when Rose was widely regarded as the future of the NBA. His Bulls looked like genuine title contenders in the early 2010s. The rest is history. Rose suffered a series of injuries, his athletic prime was cut short, as was his partnership with his hometown Chicago Bulls.

Luckily, Rose’s story isn’t entirely tragic. He reinvented himself. In the time between his first injury and the present day, he’s made dramatic strides in terms of his basketball IQ and his three-point shooting. In doing so, he managed to extend his career even in the absence of his formerly elite athleticism.

Now, he’s one of the best backup point guards in the National Basketball Association. He even remains a capable starter. He also happens to be a player his Bulls could use.

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As it stands, they’re starting rookie Ayo Dosunmu at point guard. He’s backed up by the often-injured, inconsistent Coby White.

As much potential as both those players show, Rose would be an upgrade over either. Assuming the Bulls enter the 2022-23 season with the goal of title contention, here are 2 trade packages that send Rose back to the Bulls.

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