Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose spent much of Monday night's 104-99 victory over the New York Knicks outwardly displaying his frustrations for a perceived lack of foul calls. After the game, Rose was uncharacteristically critical of the officiating.
"I've gotta be the only superstar in the league that's going through what I'm going through right now," the reigning MVP said. "But I can't say too much about it."
When Rose was informed by reporters that he could potentially be fined by the league for his comments, he said: "I could care less right now."
Rose ended the night with 32 points after shooting 12-of-29 from the field. He made 6-of-9 free throws, but felt like he should have been at the foul line more often.
Chicago hosts at the Miami Heat on Wednesday.
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