Derrick Rose News Archive
Rose (knee) could be back for the playoffs, the South Florida SunSentinel reports. Rose stated that, "If I'm healthy and the situation is right, I'm going to be back playing."
Rose's recovery from surgery to repair a torn medial mensicus will last about six months, the Chicago Tribune reports. General manager Gar Forman relayed, "The prognosis is 100 percent recovery. He will go through a rehab period that's going to take approximately six months."
Rose will miss the remainder of the regaulr season after undergoing surgery on the torn medial meniscus in his right knee Monday, ESPNChicago.com reports.
Rose will miss the rest of the season, after having successful surgery to repair the torn medial meniscus in his right knee.
Rose (knee) will undergo surgery Monday, ESPNChicago.com reports.
Rose (knee) is leaning toward having his meniscus reattached, a procedure that could sideline him for the rest of the season, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Rose (knee) underwent an MRI on Saturday afternoon and results revealed a medial meniscus tear in his right knee, NBA.com reports. Rose is listed as out "indefinitely."
Rose may have torn his right ACL in Friday's game, but the extent of his knee injury will not be known until an MRI can be performed Saturday, WGN reports. "He has pain and he felt like he couldn't push off his right knee," coach Tom Thibodeau said.
Rose limped off the court during Friday's game and was being examined by trainers on the bench, Chris Haynes of Comcast Northwest reports.
Rose put up just 19 points, four rebounds, and four assists in 33 minutes of action Thursday against the Nuggets.