Memphis Tigers’ Derrick Rose Leaving For NBA, Chris Douglas-Roberts May Follow

Memphis Tigers blazing point guard and freshman Derrick Rose #23 is leaving the University of Memphis for the NBA after one year.

Memphis Tigers blazing point guard and freshman Derrick Rose #23 is ‘getting on down’ and has reportedly signed with an agent named Arn Tellem. The basketball player and NBA hopeful will be reportedly leaving the University of Memphis and will forgo his remaining three years of college eligibility, according to reports.

Rose helped lead the Memphis Tigers to the NCAA Championship Finals and was second in scoring this past season. The basketball player has been projected by numerous scouting services including as the number one pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.

Inaddition, the Memphis Tigers may start getting worried as they may also lose a second team player, shooting guard Chris Douglas-Roberts #14, who was the leading scorer on the team. Reportedly he is thinking of leaving and missing out on his senior year to move on to the NBA. He is expected to make his decision within in the next two weeks. Chris Douglas-Roberts is stated to be a middle-to-late first round pick.

Recommended Video

Memphis Rap Unreleased Video Footage: GNerd, DPKOM & Ryan Buckin, Jookin to Yo Gotti's "Harder"

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *