Now that Derrick Rose has won a MVP award and no one in the league can guard him, teams have become fed up. They are fed up that Rose gets any and every shot he wants on the court whenever he chooses to. And since most teams don’t have one person on their roster that can stop Rose from doing whatever he wants to do, they’ve decided to rough Rose up.
Now this isn’t a new practice. Teams have historically been extra physical with players that can torch them at any given time. Just ask Michael Jordan about the “Jordan Rules”. And like Jordan early on, Rose is struggling with the new defensive approach teams are using against him.
Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is fed up with the way some players in the league are trying to defend him.
Rose, who scored 24 points in the Bulls’ 100-94 overtime win over the Detroit Pistons on Sunday night, was frustrated that he had a bloody dent on the bridge of his nose thanks to Pistons’ forward Charlie Villanueva.
After the game, Ros...