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I understand that Derrick Rose has been fighting a losing battle with his knee for the better part of the year.
What we all must understand, though, is that when healthy, he has the potential to be the absolute best point man in the league.
With the exception of perhaps Russell Westbrook, there isn't a single point guard in the NBA who is as explosive and elusive as Rose.
He's a flashy ball-handler with an extremely quick release who can also not be stopped when he decides to attack the rim. His defensive sets—especially when it comes to manning the passing lane—often goes overlooked as well.
Could he stand to improve upon his lukewarm three-point percentage?
Definitely, but what he lacks from the outside he more than makes up for in his career average of 20.8 points and 6.8 assists per game.
And outside of his long-range jumper, I dare you to find another glaring weakness in his game.
But you won't, because you can't.
Rose is one of the most complete floor generals in the NBA and will undoubtedly resume his MVP-caliber play if and when he returns from rehabilitating his torn ACL this season.