Derrick Rose Season MVP Mix- Best Plays & Moments 2011

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Congrats to Derrick Rose winning the 2011 MVP (Most Valuable Player) award! The youngest MVP ever to win th...
Congrats to Derrick Rose winning the 2011 MVP (Most Valuable Player) award! The youngest MVP ever to win the award. Derrick Rose has lead this team to the best record in the NBA (62-20). Derrick Rose has hit big shots game after game. Many of the greats went out and said he deserves this award, such as Michael Jordan. Derrick Rose is the only player to average in the top 10 in scoring and assist. This mix starts off him saying, "why can't I be MVP?" Then it gives a quick flash back to his simeon/memphis days. Finally it shows Roses best highlights this season. Many have doubted him before the season, and all Rose did is work on his game. He is a rising star, he is the 2nd coming in Chicago. "Windy City Assassin." Songs: Lacrimosa (Choir) - Immediate Music Love the way you lie instrumental - Eminem Ft. Rihanna All rights to the NBA "Once again, I think they have got the MVP of the league. That kid has come into his own. He has matured quite a bit. When he came into the league, everybody said he had speed, he could get to the rim, but he can't shoot. Now he can shoot—the three, as well as pull-up shots. He has very few flaws. I'm pretty sure the next thing they are going to say is that he doesn't play good defense, or he can't handle a double-team. Time will tell. The kid works hard and I think he's a great piece for this franchise to rebuild with." -- Michael Jordan on Derrick Rose "Chicago's Derrick Rose is clearly the MVP in my mind. I've had the opportunity to watch him play every night and I'm very high on the way he's developed as a leader. Now, his team is playing towards a 60-win season. He's been spectacular." -- Scottie Pippen on Derrick Rose Tags: Derrick Rose 2010-2011 NBA Season MVP Derrick Rose MVP Press Conference NBA Playoffs LeBron James Dwight Howard Kobe Bryant Dwyane Wade NBA Playoffs NBA FInals Carlos Boozer Ronnie Brewer Joakim Noah Kyle Korver