Found March 05, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
After joining his team on the bench for the first time on Sunday, in a loss to the Pacers, Derrick Rose’s status was upgraded from “out” to “day-to-day” as the team gets ready to face the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. According to ESPN Chicago: Derrick Rose’s return remains unclear, but when head coach Tom Thibodeau was asked Tuesday if there was any chance Rose might be able to play Wednesday night against the San Antonio Spurs, he used an interesting choice of words to describe the ongoing situation with his franchise player. “It’s day to day,” Thibodeau said of Rose’s situation. “Day to day. So whenever he’s ready, he’s ready…”
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