Thirty percent of the Bulls salary-cap space is useless, again.
LeBron James got his trophy, and then he and Dwyane Wade made sure the Miami Heat got a win in Game 1.
A very humble man was indeed humbled when he received the NBA’s Most Valuable Player Award Tuesday. Derrick Rose rarely (if ever) appears cocky, and he was far from it when he became the youngest ever to win the MVP.
One has been an extension of the other all season, as they have worked and spoken in lock-step synchronization to lead the Bulls to the NBA’s best record and the second round of the playoffs.
62 wins, the top seed in the Eastern conference, the NBA’s best overall record and home-court advantage all the way through the playoffs, after an all-out performance by a roster laden with useful players.
Derrick Rose has stolen the show this season, and so much so that no one could have seen it coming, and no one should look away. Because if you do, you never know what you’ll miss.
What makes an NBA basketball player a viable MVP candidate? This is one of the age-old questions that, quite simply, has no direct answer.