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Rose is getting closer to returning, but there is no need to push it. He should only come back when he is comfortable. That could be a week from now or next season, but he is taking the proper baby steps.
Derrick Rose checked off another box for a possible return to action. He practiced five-on-five for the first time this season on Monday afternoon.
Rose had been cleared for regular contact for weeks, but the Bulls’ first post-All-Star break practice gave the team a chance for a full scrimmage at the Berto Center before departing for New Orleans.
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Finally some good news for Bulls fans! According to @KCJHoop, Derrick Rose participated in 5 on 5 practice earlier today. One can conclude that there was no setbacks from Monday’s 5 on 5 practice, and that is a positive step towards his return. ESPNChicago reported that a source close to the Bulls thought that Rose looked “really good” on Monday. Combining the fact that...
Is he, or isn’t he? Despite saying his knee “still isn’t feeling right” and that he can’t dunk yet, eyewitnesses say Derrick Rose looked “really good” and is “ready to go” after participating in his first 5-on-5 scrimmage at practice on Monday.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose looked “real good” during his first 5-on-5 drills of...
DEERFIELD, Ill. — Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose participated Monday in five-on-five drills, the latest step in his recovery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.
Coach Tom Thibodeau told reporters after practice that Rose “did what everyone else did.”
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Will he or won’t he? That’s the question on every Bulls fan mind’s since Derrick Rose let it be known the possibility of not coming back at all this season. Monday he took another step forward towards the eventual return, participating in 5-on-5 scrimmage for the first time since tearing his ACL in April 2012.
According to ESPN Chicago:
Derrick Rose participated in five-on...
The Bulls had seven- to eight-minute five-on-five drills on Monday in which Derrick Rose took part.
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According to Ken Berger, CBS Sports:
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