Found May 27, 2012 on Hoops Addict:
PLAYERS: Derrick Rose
TEAMS: Chicago Bulls
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When the dust settles, and the pain of a disappointing Game 7 defeat is eased by a few days of measured contemplation, 76ers fans will be quietly encouraged by a season in which their team defied expectations—and sometimes belief. Defeating the number-one seed Chicago Bulls in the first-round, albeit without Derrick Rose, and taking the 4th seed Celtics to seven games, was no mean feat.
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