Detroit Pistons point guard Derrick Rose might have one of the most notorious “What If?” careers in NBA history, but he has also had an extremely accomplished run in the league.

After all, this is the same player that won the NBA Rookie of the Year Award before becoming the youngest player in NBA history to win the MVP.

Now that Rose has experienced somewhat of a resurgence, he only has one goal: to win a championship.

Rose appeared on SiriusXM NBA Radio on Thursday, stating his desire to win a ring and assessing Detroit’s chances at winning an NBA title:

The 30-year-old signed a two-year, $15 million deal with the Pistons at the end of June, joining a roster that made the playoffs last season behind a core of Blake Griffin, Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson.

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Rose looked like he might be on his way out of the NBA during the 2017-18 NBA season. He dealt with a myriad of injuries while also revealing that he was experience some mental fatigue and suggesting that he had lost his love for basketball.

However, Rose had a tremendous campaign for the Minnesota Timberwolves this past year, averaging 18.0 points, 4.3 assists and 2.7 boards on just over 27 minutes per game. When you stretch Rose’s numbers out per-36 minutes (23.7 points, 5.7 assists and 3.6 rebounds), they were actually somewhat similar to his 2010-11 MVP season.

In addition, Rose has made up for his losses in athleticism by expanding his perimeter game. The Chicago native shot a career-high 37 percent from beyond the arc last year.

Rose figures to once again play a significant role as a bench piece for a Pistons team hoping to take advantage of a weak Eastern Conference.