NBA trade rumors remain a favorite topic among fans and enthusiasts. Derrick Rose is reportedly moving to a new home court when his contract with New York Knicks expires, reports say.
Derrick Rose will be a free agent after this season and NBA enthusiasts think that Knicks might not re-sign him. According to CBS New York, his current team might waive Rose.
Derrick is performing well for the Knicks, averaging 17.6 points, 4.6 assists and 3.9 rebounds. However, his team's defensive rating with him on the floor has been poor.
The point guard is reportedly a poor defender and is unreliable when it comes to shooting outside. Knicks' defensive rating is only 111.6 with Rose on the floor, which is worse compared to his teammates.
Maybe some were disappointed with Derrick Rose because too much was expected from him. After all, the former Chicago Bulls' player is the NBA MVP in 2011, a three-time NBA All-Star, the NBA Rookie of the Year in 2009 and was part of the All-NBA First Team in 2011.
If New York Knicks decides to waive Derrick Rose, pretty sure he will easily find a new home court. There are rumors that Rose's next potential home court is Milwaukee Bucks. The NBA all-star player already expressed his interest in joining Bucks.
"Of course this is like home," Derrick Rose told New York Post on Wednesday during his game against the Bucks. He added that the place is just 30 minutes away from home, so it is convenient for his family to come and witness his games.
Derrick Rose added that he is a huge fan of Milwaukee Bucks coach Jason Kidd. In fact, the coach is one of the reasons he wants to sign with the team.
"I watched him even in college -- my family is a basketball family," Rose said. "We're all basketball heads."
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