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Knicks’ Derrick Rose Admits That Winning Matters More To Him Than Money



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Derrick Rose #25 of the New York Knicks handles the ball against the Cleveland Cavaliers during a game on October 25, 2016 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.

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Knicks’ Derrick Rose will soon be a free agent amid the summer of 2017. Rose has plans to prioritize over his career than money in his life. Reports have it that Derrick Rose would be worth re-signing for, but not at the rumoured cost. Reports added that this belief came in because of the January report that Rose will ask for a maximum contract in free office.

With 2016-17 NBA regular season being just a few weeks away, Derrick Rose is making it very clear that money is not going to be his motivation. Rose has been one of the more dynamic gifts on the list in 2016-17, yet with territories in which he’s attempted to perform, reports Sporting News.

In a recent report, Ian Begley of ESPN New York said that Derrick Rose isn’t considering cash, however is rather centered around joining a team with which he can win. Begley added that Rose admitted to having money saved and that money does not interest him while looking at a game. He added that he is at a point in his life from where even if he quits playing he will be able to live happily. 

As per sources, it might be the best news the Knicks have gotten on the Derrick Rose front since the exchange was initially reported in June of 2016. Rose is currently averaging 17.8 points, 4.4 assists, 3.8 rebounds, and 4.0 free toss for each game. He’s doing as such on efficient shooting signs of 46.7 percent from the field and 87.0 percent from the free toss line, reports Nba.com.

Reports added the negative aspects to Derrick Rose that includes his shooting which is at 21.7 percent from 3-point extend, ranks No. 82 among point guards in Defensive Real Plus-Minus, and has for the most part disappointed as a facilitator

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