CHICAGO — When he opens his left eye, Derrick Rose insists he sees two of everything. Two guys guarding him. Two rims. Two reporters from a New York newspaper wanting to know if the lingering effects of an orbital fracture suffered in late September can be blinked away, like early morning floaters.
“It ain’t no blink,” Rose tells the reporter. “I wish it was a blink. It’s all the time. It’s like right now, I see two of you.”
He said he did not happen to glance at the courtside seat where a very special guest slipped in near the end of the first quarter of the Chicago Bulls’ 97-95 season-opening victory Tuesday night over LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers at United Center.
Otherwise he would have been looking at twin President Obamas.
“I was too caught up in the game,” Rose said. “I didn’t look…