Derrick Rose honestly doesn't get fouled a lot. He tries to avoid
contact so as to maximize the percentage of making his shots, and,
because of his great athleticism and body control, he is able to do this
to great effect. This is the main reason why he doesn't get to the line
much, and also why he shoots such a high percentage. Only one play in
this clip is shown from the first half of the game, and in that first
half, Derrick Rose took 16 field goals and 0 foul shots. This is not an
injustice, because Derrick Rose wasn't fouled on 15 of his 16 field
goals. (And the one on which he may have been fouled, the first clip in
the film, Anderson
Varejao may have gone straight up, thus making the no-call the
correct call.) The shots he took were floaters, open layups and
jumpshots that he got himself open for, either in isolation or pulling
up off the dribble.
Looking at the video, I see probably one foul call that should have definitely been made [the one Mark points out]. One foul that was really borderline, but could have been made [first clip] though given the total number of fouls in the game, I'd suggest it probably was fair not to call it.
Outside of that there may have been some physical bumping and body contact in the incidental area on a couple plays, but again, relative to the way the game was called it's hard to complain.
In the end, watching this video of all the clips just made me feel like Rose simply needs to do a better job of creating contact rather than falling away from contact.