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Nobody in Japan can stop Derrick Rose 1-on-1, not even Samurai

Sep 9, 2013, 11:23 AM EST

Derrick Rose was in Japan this weekend, part of his swing through parts of Asia to sell some shoes.

While in Japan, he just breaks a bunch of guys down off the dribble one-on-one… and then beats three Samurai to the rack.

To be fair, the Samurai armor was not designed with lightning quick lateral movement in mind. And they were not allowed to use their swords.

I look forward to seeing D-Rose back on the court this preseason putting those kinds of moves on NBA players. The NBA is much more fun when he is in it.

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