Detroit Pistons point guard Derrick Rose told ESPN's Eric Woodyard that his formerly strained relationship with the city of Chicago after the Bulls traded him to the New York Knicks in 2016 has been "repaired."
Rose discussed his relationship with the city ahead of this weekend's All-Star events in the Windy City:
When your vibrations are low, you hear everything, you seek everything and me seeking or hearing everything.
Rose's Bulls tenure ended with the team missing the playoffs in 2015-16, and Chicago dealt him to the Knicks the following summer.
The point guard told Woodyard that he felt the city "basically turned [its] back on me" but that all was well now.