We all saw DRose get hurt during the first game of the 1st Round of the 2012 NBA Playoffs. That automatically sealed the fate of the Bulls for the Postseason and to make matters worse, we all got wind that his return would be a good year from that unfortunate incident.
One can’t help but feel sad for the Three Stripes with them pinning their hoop hopes on their most important asset and see him go down the way he did. Any momentum they gained the past couple of years virtually erased. What they had with Derrick Rose is special, pretty much like having a Kobe or LeBron-type of athlete on your roster. He’s that special. What happens to the fate of adidas Basketball?
They come out with this.
Seems like adidas is not worried. Seem like adidas knows what to expect. When you see your main man work this hard, this early coming out of surgery, you know there’s nothing to worry about. And if you know who Derrick Rose is, you better be prepared. He’s the hardest working man on that roster and he’s coming back stronger than ever. Tune in and check how Rose’s road to recovery with #theReturn. You can now also follow Derrick Rose on twitter via @drose.