It's well known that the summer of 2010 was a very interesting one for the NBA. LeBron James and Chris Bosh were free agents and they were looking for a team to join where they could create a Big 3. 

Among those teams, you had the New York Knicks and Miami Heat, but the Chicago Bulls also appeared to be a very interesting destination for the duo, especially knowing the good team they had at the Windy City. The Bulls took a couple of players to try to persuade James and Bosh to join them, including Derrick Rose. 

The point guard, however, wasn't interested in none of that recruiting process and even though he did what he had to do, he never felt right about it. In his autobiography, Rose recalls how that whole process played out, explaining he did the recruiting process but things just didn't click for the Bulls and the free agents.