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Even if you weren’t a Bulls fans, it had to break your heart when Derrick Rose went down with minutes to go in that playoff game. Salt was administered to the wound when word got back that D. Rose had torn his ACL; meaning making a run for the chip was out the question and made the focus making it back for just part of the next 2012/2013 NBA season. adidas Basketball will be following Rose’s return to the hardwood via a multiple episode documentary called “The Return Of D Rose.”

Created for the fans, the Return of D Rose is the chance for the world to support Derrick and stay connected with him as he works toward his return. Never before has the humble superstar granted complete access to fans in all aspects of his life.  From his vigorous workouts at Athletes Performance in Los Angeles, to the time he spends with his closest friends and family that keeps him grounded and motivated, fans will have intimate access to one of the greatest players in the world as he pushes through recovery to return to the court. adidas and Derrick will give fans unprecedented access through an interactive social experience that will reward those most loyal to D Rose with exclusive video content, product and much more.  Everyone can participate to drive the comeback of the player that has redefined the game since entering the league.

In the trailer below, we see some footage of D. Rose rehabbing his injured left knee. Have you ever seen the Chi-town native play in person? He could probably drop buckets with half an ACL.

Watch the “Return Of D Rose” trailer below. The NBA season can’t start soon enough.


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