Bulls Vs. Sixers: Derrick Rose Arrives At United Center, Takes Sad Golf Cart Ride

One of the biggest stories early in Game 2 between the Chicago Bulls and Philadelphia 76ers was the presence of injured Bulls point guard, and reigning MVP, Derrick Rose. Rose was initially spotted taking in the game from a luxury box at the United Center by himself, but he was eventually joined by family and friends.

The normally stoic Rose didn't show much emotion throughout the game, and when he arrived at the United Center on crutches, he took a very sad looking golf cart ride through the hallway of the arena before losing site of the press.

(via CSN Chicago)

The gist of the recent GQ profile of Rose was that he hates attention, so he must have particularly disliked this part of his night.

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