Michael Jordan always receives a standing ovations, and he will get one especially when he returns to the United Center, as he will Saturday night for the 20th anniversary celebration of the Bulls’ first NBA championship in a ceremony with former broadcaster Jim Durham as host…”MVP of the season,” the Bobcats owner said Wednesday night after the Bulls downed his team 101-84. That Derrick Rose deserves MVP…”He deserves it. He’s playing that well, without a doubt.”Jordan offered that sly smile, and if he doesn’t get it, now he will see how I felt a lot of those years,” the Bulls’ Hall of Famer said. Rose was 2 1/2 when the Bulls won their first championship, and his memories are mostly of the second three-peat. Jordan’s words clearly floored him.



Source: Chicago News


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