Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Derrick Rose wins MVP

Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose is the youngest player in NBA history to win the league award, second player in franchise history (the first was Michael Jordan, of course). At 22 years old, the southside Chicago native scored 1,182 points and received 113 first place votes from a panel of media voters. In his third year, Rose led the Bulls to their best season since the championship era of Jordan and Pippen.

In the running, Dwight Howard came in second place, LeBron James came in third, Kobe Bryant was fourth place and Kevin Durant came in fifth. Congratulations to Derrick Rose!

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