Detroit Pistons point guard Derrick Rose published an autobiography called “I’ll Show You” with the help of Chicago Bulls Hall of Fame writer Sam Smith.

Rose's book came out in September and was a No. 1 Best Seller in Memphis Tennessee Travel Books. The former MVP, who is now a Sixth Man with the Pistons, says “kids” have been his biggest supporter.

“[The reaction] has been great. It’s been from kids. Actually when I was doing a book signing there was a lot of people that came up to me telling me that was their first time ever purchasing a book,” Rose told Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe.

“So to hear that, it’s like, damn, from my end I thought about my kids where that’s something they never thought I would open up like that or even consider writing a book. They probably didn’t even know I read books like that. It was just something I wanted on my résumé and it was out the blue.”

Derrick Rose has been much more open with his life and career lately. The Pistons guard used to be a quiet and shy guy who never said a word.

That all changed when Rose decided to release a documentary called “Pooh,” which came out in April.

D-Rose has undergone four knee surgeries, one eye surgery and one elbow procedure since winning the MVP award back in 2011 with this hometown Bulls. He was almost out of the NBA during the 2017-18 season after the Utah Jazz released him.

However, Rose never gave up and, thanks to Tom Thibodeau, got another shot in the NBA with the Minnesota Timberwolves in March of 2018.

The rest is history.

Rose scored 50 points last season with the Timberwolves and is once again one of the best point guards in the league this season with the Pistons. The three-time All-Star already has a few game-winners this season and remains one of the most popular basketball players in the world.