NBA training camps have started, which means basketball is back. One of the biggest moves this off-season was Bulls point guard Derrick Rose being traded to the New York Knicks, and now fans can finally get a look of how D-Rose is doing with his new team.
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During Knicks practice Wednesday, Rose made guard Brandon Jennings look absolutely silly by hitting him with a couple of nasty crossovers. In the first, the three-time All-Star went behind his back as Jennings went for the steal. Rose blew by Jennings then faked out another defender before nailing a floater. On the next crossover, Rose went the opposite way on a screen, flew by Jennings and hit another floater.
The former NBA MVP hasn’t played a full season since 2010-2011, when he averaged 25 points, seven assists and four rebounds a game. If he can stay healthy, Rose and his talented teammates can lead the Knicks to a great 2016-2017 season.