He said "No, not yet" Saturday when asked if he had been told he won the award.
Rose's comment came a day after a congratulatory post on teammate C.J. Watson's Twitter account that caused a bit of a stir.
That message read: "Congrats to drose on winning the MVP he's played unbelievable this season!!! now just need tibs to win coach of the yr."
It would hardly be a surprise if Rose won the MVP, considering he averaged 25 points and 7.7 assists while leading Chicago to a league-best 62-20 record. Tom Thibodeau is also a favorite for coach of the year.
Rose made light of Watson's post, saying "C.J. knows a lot of people. A lot of famous people, too, so watch that guy."