Detroit Pistons star and former NBA MVP Derrick Rose addressed his relationship with the fans of the Chicago Bulls.
Back in 2016, the Bulls fans booed Rose when the latter returned to the United Center in Chicago as an opponent.
Last season, he received “MVP” chants when the Minnesota Timberwolves came to Chicago and the same thing happened this year when the Detroit Pistons visited the United Center.
“I think it’s repaired well. I just know the chi. My vibrations were low. When your vibrations are low, you hear everything, you seek everything, and me seeking or hearing everything.
That was just me being attracted to how I was feeling at the time, and that’s negative, so when I changed my vibrations and matured as a person and as a man, that’s when I started to grow and develop who I was as a person and individual and change my character,” Rose told Eric Woodyard of ESPN.
In 45 games for the Pistons this season, Derrick Rose is averaging 18.2 points, 2.5 rebounds and 5.8 assists.