Not trying to be rude, but I'm taking a stab in the dark...you weren't around during the MJ days, otherwise you probably wouldn't have posted this. No one will ever come close to the man, myth, and legend of MJ. I'm not talking about strictly about what's done on the hardwood because I think part of the legend was the global brand that he became (and depending on how the the next few years play out the Kobe-MJ on the court debate could get a whole lot more interesting).
MJ is widely considered as the best basketball player of all time and is on the short list of greatest players of all professional sports. I don't see that path for Rose and this is coming from a big Rose fan. At best, he can secure a spot as the 3rd best Bull and 2nd most popular/marketable Bull of all time. But that's if he can fully recover from his injury and can have some real post-season success in Chicago over the next decade.