Check out the whole article for details, but here's the4 most interesting tid bit perhaps:
In a typical workout, Rose will put up 400 or so shots from around the
floor, focusing on his three-pointer. The players work on ball
handling, lateral movement, creating a shot off one or two dribbles,
dribbling full court to a pull-up jumper and reading the ball screen.
400 shots per session doesn't sound that impressive to me. We had rumors of Tyrus doing 700 shots a couple summers ago. However, at the bottom the workout is compared to someone doing 7000 shots a week which is far more than 400 per session, so I'm a bit confused.
Either way, I'm sure Rose is working out very hard, and I like the fact he's working with Russell Westbrook since Westbrook can push Rose so hard with his defensive ability.
It's always good to hear some tidbits about a players' off-season, and I like the fact that Rose is working hard and working on his three. However, let's be honest, unless we heard "Derrick Rose is at home sitting on a couch" we'd probably be excited.
So good news for now, but the ultimate proof of how well the off-season is going won't show until next season on the court.