Rose started off Chicago's second preseason week by missing the NBA's first game in South America due to soreness in his left knee.
However, Rose made his return to the United Center on Oct. 16, his first home game since tearing his ACL in the first round of the 2012 playoffs.
The Chicago native put on a show for his home crowd, scoring 22 points in 22 minutes and doing so in a very efficient manner.
D-Rose displayed his speed and explosion to the rim during his time on the court, getting to the free-throw line 10 times while converting on nine attempts.
He also showed off his isolation skills, taking Pistons guard Peyton Siva one-on-one and finishing a spectacular and-1.
More importantly, though, Rose's jump shot was finally on target. He made one of his two three-point attempts, and pulled up on one occasion after using a Nazr Mohammed screen.
Rose's explosiveness has been a pleasant surprise and should only get better as he gets reacclimated to the game.