We already know that Derrick Rose will be on the court for the Chicago Bulls' 2013-14 season opener. So, the Bulls fans out there gotta be excited about that. But there's also some additional good news coming from head coach Tom Thibodeau. Supposedly, Rose is going to have an improved shooting stroke.

“He’s put a ton of time into his shooting because basically that’s all he could do along with his rehab stuff,” Thibodeau said. “Each year that Derrick’s been in the league he’s added to his game. So this is a continuation of all the things he’s done in the past. Every summer he’s concentrated on something and we may see more post-ups and things of that nature, more catch-and-shoot for him also.

Maaaaaaan, Rose was a career 46 percent shooter from the field and an MVP award winner prior to this upcoming season. Now, D-Rose has an improved shooting ability?! The rest of the NBA should probably be scared right now. Just saying. 

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[via ESPN Chicago]