Last night (Nov. 5), Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose was just plain nasty, throwing down a two-handed jam over 6’10” forward Danilo Gallinari of the New York Knicks.
The 6’3” Rose dropped 24 points on the visiting Knicks. And he astonished everyone in attendance with this marvelous dunk.
Rose also racked up a career-high 14 assists (but the Knicks won the game).
We know what all you ballers out there want. And yes, we’ve got the workout Rose employs to keep his vert sky-high, courtesy of trainer to the (NBA) stars, Tim Grover.
Follow the link below for STACK magazine’s fall issue cover story, “Michael Jordan: Mind of a Champion.” Courtesy of Grover, the piece features MJ’s training program at the height of his career, including the lower-body explosive sequences Grover created for His Airness, which he continues to use with today’s NBA superstars—including Rose, Dwyane Wade and many others.
Read: “Michael Jordan: Mind of a Champion"