Houston Rockets star shootout guard James Harden said Minnesota caretaker Timberwolves, Derrick Rose, is "different" in the sense that Rose's work ethic and his love of the game make him stand out. other players.
Since he became the youngest most valuable player in the NBA's history in 2011 with his hometown, the Chicago Bulls, Rose has suffered four knee injuries, all of which required surgery. . However, the most valuable former player has rebounded many times, which is incredible, according to Harden, knowing that many players would have simply given up and retired.
James Harden about Derrick Rose: "He's different, he's had so many times that he's been knocked down, I know a lot of people who would have given up and just decided to stop smoking." He's locked in the gym, he looks more confident than he has ever been, it's pretty cool to watch. "
– Ashish Mathur (@ amathur90) February 15, 2019
Rose has her best statistical season this year with the Timberwolves since the 2011-12 campaign. Aged 30, Chicago averaged 18.2 points, 2.8 rebounds and 4.8 assists per game. He shot 47.7% of the field, 40.2% of the backstroke and 85.4% of the free throw line.
The highlight of Rose's season came on Halloween, where he scored the highest of his career with 50 points against Utah Jazz. It's a performance that captivated the NBA world as everyone in the league knows what Rose has been through.
Harden and Rose formed a friendship in 2014 when they were part of the US basketball World Cup team, which won the gold medal. Since then, Rose has been traded twice and waived once, while Harden won an MVP award and established himself as one of the best goalkeepers in NBA history.
Rose, however, did not let the darkness define it and he showed this season that hard work pays off in the end.
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