On Tuesday, Chicago Bulls point guard and the NBA’s reigning-youngest-ever MVP Derrick Rose, along with Powerade unveiled renovated courts at Murray Park in Englewood, Chicago.
The park is the the childhood playground of Rose, located less than two blocks from where the 22-year-old grew up.
The significance of the park in a neighborhood that is still more known for the homicide rate than the Bulls point guard is defined by the value placed in it by Rose.
“This is the only thing in our neighborhood that keeps us together,” Rose told students, reporters and members of the community at the unveiling of the new courts.
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