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Even on an off night, Rose awes

Bulls' superstar shakes off hard fouls, poor shooting to hit the key shot

Updated: April 22, 2011, 9:56 AM ET
By Jon Greenberg | ESPNChicago.com

INDIANAPOLIS -- Twenty minutes after the smoke cleared, Brian Scalabrine sat at the laptop that feeds the projector in the visitors locker room at Conseco Fieldhouse.

He had to see the play again.

From his seat on the bench, Scalabrine has seen Derrick Rose do a lot of amazing things on the basketball court, but he had to go to the tape to rewatch Rose's final shot Thursday night, the split-the-blue-and-gold-sea left-handed layup with less than 18 seconds left that gave the Bulls ...

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