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Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose

New York Knicks Point guard

Nationality :American
Date Of Birth :October 4, 1988
Height :6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight :200 lb (91 kg)

On October 4, 1988, Derrick Martell Rose was conceived. Derrick Rose, a basketball player in the NBA, is presently a member of the Detroit Pistons. Rose was raised in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Derrick, Dwayne, Reggie, and Allan were the four sons that his mother, Brenda Rose, had. The eldest of his brothers is Derrick. On Chicago’s south side, Rose was raised.

Quick Facts

PositionPoint guard/shooting guard
LeagueNBA
Personal information
BornOctober 4, 1988 (age 34)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Listed height6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Listed weight200 lb (91 kg)
Career information
High schoolSimeon Career Academy
(Chicago, Illinois)
CollegeMemphis (2007–2008)
NBA draft2008: 1st round, 1st overall pick
Selected by the Chicago Bulls
Playing career2008–present

Derrick Rose Biography, Early Life

Derrick Rose participated in high school basketball at Chicago, Illinois’s renowned Simeon Career Academy. After a stellar career at Simeon, Rose moved on to play for the University of Memphis Tigers under coach John Calipari. After playing just one season for Memphis, Derrick Rose declared his intention to join the 2008 NBA Draft.

Derrick Rose’s dream of playing for his hometown team came true when the Chicago Bulls selected him first overall in the 2008 NBA Draft. While a member of the Chicago Bulls, Rose won Rookie of the Year. Shortly after, he became the NBA’s youngest-ever MVP. Before joining them, Derrick Rose previously played for the Detroit Pistons, Cleveland Cavaliers, and Minnesota Timberwolves.

Derrick Rose Education

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Derrick Rose’s Age, Height, And Weight

He has a height of 6 feet 2 inches and weighs around 91kg.

Career

Derrick Rose plays for the New York Knicks (Atlantic NBA Team)

High School Career (Simeon Career Academy)

Derrick Rose had already made news when he entered the high school scene. Before Rose had played his first high school game, college scouts were swooning over him. Ben “Benji” Wilson, a Chicago icon who was assassinated as a result of gang warfare during his final year of high school, inspired Derrick Rose to wear No. 25 during his time in high school. Rose’s first two years at Simeon were spent playing on the freshman and JV teams in spite of his potential. This was because the team’s head coach, Bob Hambric, believed that only experienced players belonged on the varsity squad. Since 1980, Simeon had not had a freshman play varsity basketball.

In his junior year, Derrick Rose made the most of his first varsity season by scoring 25 points in the Chicago Public League Championship game at the United Center. In his senior year, Rose faced off against Brandon Jennings’ Oak Hill Academy in a crucial game. Simeon of Rose earned the victory in the nationally televised game on ESPN thanks to his 28 points, 9 assists, and 8 rebounds. Simeon won back-to-back state championships with Rose’s assistance. Rose concluded his Simeon career with a 120–12 record. In addition to being a McDonald’s All-American, he was selected Mr. Basketball for Illinois. Then, Simeon retired his 25.

College Career

Memphis Tigers

Rose played for the University of Memphis Tigers under head coach John Calipari after his noteworthy high school career. Memphis had already retired the number in honor of Penny Hardaway, thus Rose was compelled to switch from No. 25 to No. 23, where it now stands. Rose led Memphis to their first 26 victories of the season while averaging 14.9 points, 4.7 assists, and 4.5 rebounds per game in his rookie campaign. Rose led his Tigers to the national championship with a 25-point performance against UCLA in the NCAA Tournament Final Four. Despite Rose scoring 17 points, the Tigers were defeated by the Kansas Jayhawks. At the very end of the game, Derrick did miss a critical free throw that would have guaranteed the Tigers’ victory.

Rose made the decision to depart Memphis and declare for the 2008 NBA Draft after the loss.

NBA Career

With the first overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, the Chicago Bulls selected the Chicago teenager. Rose immediately had an impact, becoming the first Chicago Bulls player since Michael Jordan to register at least 10 points in each of his team’s first 10 games. On the strength of his 16.8 points, 6.3 assists, and 3.9 rebounds per game, Rose went on to earn Rookie of the Year. Derrick tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s record for the most points scored in a playoff debut with 36 against the Boston Celtics.

Rose was selected as a reserve for the 2009 NBA All-Star Game during his second season. Since Michael Jordan, he was the first Chicago Bull to be selected as an All-Star. Rose led the Bulls back to the playoffs once more, leading them to a first-round loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers while averaging 26.8 points and 7.2 assists. Rose had a strong start to the following season, outscoring the Detroit Pistons by 39 points in the second game. With a 62-20 record at the conclusion of the 2010–11 season, the Bulls led the league. The NBA MVP was announced as Derrick Rose. He was voted the league’s youngest MVP. Rose’s MVP season helped the Bulls get to the Eastern Conference Finals, but they were defeated by the Miami Heat behind LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwayne Wade.

Rose signed a five-year deal with the Bulls in 2011–12. He led them to the playoffs once more. Rose unfortunately tore his ACL during the first round of the playoffs against the Philadelphia 76ers. Rose missed the whole 2012–13 season as well as the remainder of the postseason. Rose had a significant comeback in 2013–2014. Rose, however, tore his meniscus on November 22 while playing against the Portland Trail Blazers. For the balance of the season, he was once more sidelined. Rose made a comeback in 2014–15, but was soon forced to have another knee operation because of issues with his meniscus. Rose assisted the Bulls in returning to the postseason, but they were once again defeated by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Before being dealt to the New York Knicks in 2016 for Jose Calderon, Jerian Grant, and Robin Lopez, Rose played one more season for the Bulls. In his first game for the New York Knicks, he scored 17 points. Rose was penalized for taking a leave of absence as a Knick without informing his team. When he came back, he destroyed the New Orleans Pelicans for 30 points, but he was later declared out for the season after ripping the meniscus in his second knee. Rose signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers the year after, in 2017. He made his Cleveland debut with 14 points. This time, Rose missed two months due to a variety of ankle problems. He was subsequently traded to the Utah Jazz, who waived him two days later.

On March 8, 2018, head coach Tom Thibodeau re-signed his point guard with the Minnesota Timberwolves, bringing him back into the fold. He met up with Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler, former colleagues of the Chicago Bulls. After joining the Timberwolves, Rose went on to record a career-high 50 points against the Utah Jazz on a very emotional night. Rose broke down in tears following the performance, expressing how much it meant to him to be able to earn 50 points despite all of the challenges he had to face in his professional life. Rose also hit the 10,000-point mark while he was a Timberwolves player.

Rose committed to the Detroit Pistons in 2019. He became the only player in Pistons history to record at least 20 points in seven straight games while serving as a reserve. Rose did miss some time with a hamstring issue, but he came back against the Phoenix Suns and exploded for 31 points.

Derrick Rose’s Net Worth

Derrick Rose is thought to have a $85 million net worth. Rose has now signed a $15,000,000, two-year contract with the Detroit Pistons. Since making his NBA debut in 2008, Rose has earned a grand total of $147,826,003. His average annual salary right now is $7,500,000. In 2008, Rose signed a $1 million yearly contract with Adidas. Giordano’s Pizza, Wilson Sporting Goods, Skullcandy headphones, Powerade, and a Chicago Nissan dealership were among his lesser endorsement deals. These endorsements’ financial terms are not revealed.

Derrick Rose signed a $41.2 million, 4-year deal with the Chicago Bulls in 2008.

Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls reached a $54.3 million, 5-year deal in 2012.

Derrick Rose signed a $2.1 million, one-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016.

Derrick Rose signed a one-year, $2.4 million contract with the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2018.

In 2019, Derrick Rose agreed to a two-year, $15 million contract with the Detroit Pistons.

Derrick Rose Wife or Girlfriend

Chicago’s Englewood neighborhood is where Rose was born and reared. Derrick, Dwayne, Reggie, and Allan were the four sons that his mother, Brenda Rose, had. The eldest of his brothers is Derrick. Derrick was always surrounded by gang violence in his violent surroundings. Rose used basketball to avoid that lifestyle as much as possible. He had to avoid the street life even if his brothers were involved.

Derrick Rose Awards

1 x NBA Most Valuable Player
2011
 
3 x NBA All-Star
2010-2012
 
1 x All-NBA First Team
2011
 
1 x NBA Rookie of the Year
2009
 
1 x NBA All-Rookie First Team
2009

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