Joe FreshGoods and adidas helps the city of Chicago welcome Derrick Rose home for the holidays
Whether or not you're a fan of Derrick Rose, the man or the basketball player, what's undeniable is his magnetic connection to the city of Chicago - HIS city.
In anticipation of D. Rose's return to Chicago as his Timberwolves play the Bulls the day after Christmas, Joe FreshGoods linked with the folks at adidas to create some digital art around the United Center.
Joe’s art is captivating, and the city is embracing the love.
Fucking legend! 🐐🌹 Awesome design man.— Bryce Harper fan acc (@thuggerszn) December 25, 2018
Can we get it as a wallpaper— Charlie Perez (@pcharlie5) December 25, 2018
Rose is nursing a sore ankle but should play Wednesday. He’s making a run for both the Sixth Man and Most Improved Player awards, averaging 18.5 points and 4.6 assists per game for Minnesota while shooting 48.5 percent from the field, and just shy of 47 percent from three-point range.
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