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Derrick Rose made LeBron James, Dwyane Wade recruiting video in 2010
13 October 2017, 12:54 | Max Haynes
Derrick Rose says he made video to recruit LeBron James, Dwyane Wade to Chicago in 2010
"Oh yeah, yeah, I tried".
"I actually like playing on the second unit better, I'm more of a playmaker and distributor and I handle the ball a little bit more instead of just running to the corner", Smith said, referring to the catch-and-shoot role he's played for three seasons here. "I think having him on the second unit, along with the first unit, him and Bron can always push the pace because we want to play with pace, play fast". I put out the video, but it wasn't for me to say that. I felt like the [Bulls] organization was supposed to say that and they didn't. Get the app and get the game.
Well, I don't know about all that, it seems like LeBron has been calling the shots for some time now. "But it wasn't for me to say that".
Rose, Wade and James are too focused on winning in 2017-18 to be concerned with what took place seven years ago. Publicly pining for Wade, James and Bosh could have put a strain on relationships. Whether or not the Cavs did enough to make a significant difference is yet to be determined, but they certainly made some moves, from trading away Kyrie Irving to signing Dwayne Wade and Derrick Rose. "We've really just been focusing on here".
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Otherwise, Rose was complimentary of the Bulls and his time in Chicago. I thought the Miami Heat was getting the first pick in 2008. And then the time when you least expect it, it happens. He was the youngest player in league history to win the honor.
Asked if the Bulls ever sent the video, Rose said they did. "We're thankful to have him, especially with [Isaiah Thomas] being out, to have a guy like D-Rose to step in and be the starting point guard, how many teams have that luxury?"
The 35-year-old Dwyane Wade joined the #Cleveland Cavaliers as a free agent this offseason. "Don't want to do something that's not in someone's personality. We both know that and coming off the bench in that second unit, you gotta be a spark". "Once we began and once the presentations were made, the Bulls' presentation was as good as any - if not better".
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