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Derrick Martell Rose (born October 4, 1988) is an American professional basketball player for the Chicago Bulls of the National Basketball Association (NBA). Since being drafted first overall in 2008, Rose has led the Bulls to the NBA Playoffs every year, along the way garnering significant personal accolades. He was the NBA Rookie of the Year of his draft class, became an All-Star by his second season, and at the age of 22, in 2011, was named the youngest recipient of the NBA Most Valuable Player Award, joining Michael Jordan as the only Chicago Bulls players to win the honor.
Born in Chicago, Rose learned the game of basketball from his three older brothers In high school, he won two state championships and was rated by scouts as the top point guard prospect in the country after graduation. He played for the University of Memphis Tigers and reached the NCAA national championship game in 2008. Shortly after, Rose declared for the 2008 NBA Draft and was selected by the Chicago BullsIn his first year of professional basketball, Rose was voted the Rookie of the Year and was selected to the All-Rookie TeamIn only his second season, Rose was selected as an All-Star for the first time for the 2010 NBA All-Star Game he was also named a starter for the U.S. Team at the 2010 FIBA World Championships.
In 2009, an NCAA investigation revealed that Rose's SAT scores had been invalidated, making him retroactively ineligible to play for Memphis. As a result, the NCAA vacated Memphis's entire 2007–08 season
1 Early life
1.1 High school
1.2 High school statistics
1.3 College
1.3.1 Grading controversy
1.4 College statistics
2 NBA career
2.1 Chicago Bulls (2008–present)
2.1.1 2008–09 season: Rookie of the Year
2.1.2 2009–10 season: All Star bid
2.1.3 2010–11 season: MVP season
3 NBA statistics
3.1 Regular season
3.2 Playoffs
3.3 Career highs
3.3.1 Regular season
3.3.2 Playoffs
3.4 Triple-double
4 Accomplishments and awards
4.1 NBA
4.2 College
4.3 High school
5 Off the court
5.1 Endorsements
5.2 Salaries
6 See also
7 Notes
8 External links
8.1 Statistics
8.2 Profiles
Derrick Rose was born and raised in the Englewood area, one of the most dangerous neighborhoods on Chicago's South Side. He was Brenda Rose's fourth son after Dwayne, Reggie and Allan, but the first in seven years. All three were talented basketball players who taught Rose the in and outs of basketball on nearby courts. As his talent for the sport grew, Rose began to attract much more outside attention in Chicago's basketball circles, leading his mother and brothers to restrict outside contact to him, fearing his road to the would be exploited and derailed by outside parties such as street agents, such as with the case with former Chicago prospect Ronnie Fields
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