When I ranked the Eastern Conference's top point guards last week, someone was conspicuously missing. Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, four years removed from winning league MVP, appeared in none of the leaderboards.
After nearly two seasons lost to knee injuries, Rose has demonstrated in the past two months or so that he can stay healthy. But he hasn't demonstrated that he belongs with the NBA's best point guards in terms of performance.
What sort of company is Rose keeping in terms of production? Consider this blind player-comparison: