Kenny Anderson Agrees With KG and Thinks Derrick Rose Should Start Next Season


Earlier this week it was reported by Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson, that if it was up to Kevin Garnett he would start former MVP Derrick Rose at the point guard next season. Well, he is not the only one who shares that theory another retired NBA player by name of Kenny Anderson thinks so as well.

“I would too!” Said Anderson via Twitter.

Anderson knows a thing or two about the point guard position being that he is an 18-year veteran out of  Georgia Tech.  He is currently the head coach of Fisk University men’s basketball team.  During his time in New Jersey, he was an NBA All-Star for the Nets in the early 90s.

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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