Rose drives home his MVP candidacy
April, 8, 2011
By Jon Greenberg
CHICAGO -- The acclaim has rolled in from coast to coast, as writers, broadcasters, players, coaches, mascots, dancing geezers -- everyone associated with the National Basketball Association -- has concurred almost in unison: Derrick Rose is the Most Valuable Player.
The sweet-smiling, hard-driving kid from the South Side is the true people's champion, and while it took a little time for the outsiders to catch on, there's little time or reason for an argument.
"If this game doesn't put the stamp on the MVP vote, I don't know what else you can say," Joakim Noah said.
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