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Derrick Rose may actually play this season.
The Chicago Bulls point guard told the media he thinks his knee is 100 percent during a promotional trip to Asia for Adidas. Rose had surgery to repair a torn ACL 16 months ago. He missed the entire 2012-13 season.
Rose said he’s able to squat, run and lift on the knee. He received some criticism last season after he seemed he could return for the Bulls’ playoff run.
Check out the video below to hear how Rose’s rehab is going.
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Finally, after 17 months, all the waiting, all the wondering, an entire season, all the memes, and all the jokes, Derrick Rose is 100% ready to return for the Chicago Bulls.
Well, at least, he thinks he is.
Derrick Rose has a kid. Did you know this? I didn’t.
“I think I am a 100 percent, I’m doing almost everything,” Rose said in an interview with Comcast SportsNet Chicago...
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose believes he’s finally ready to make his return to the NBA hardwood. Rose tore his ACL during the 2012 NBA playoffs and received criticism for not suiting up for the Bulls last season.
“I think I am 100 percent,” Rose said, via CSN Chicago. “I’m doing almost everything. I’m squatting, running, lifting almost every other day, just being...
At this point, I think it’s pretty clear that Derrick Rose is 100 percent physically, whether he’s operating at full capacity mentally is a totally different story.
The Chicago Bulls point guard, has had more than enough time to recover from the devastating knee injury he sustained two postseasons ago, but when addressing his status at a promotional tour overseas for Adidas...
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose gave CSN Chicago an update on his ACL recovery. “I think I am a 100 percent,” Rose said. “I’m doing almost everything. I’m squatting, running, lifting almost every other day, just
In preparation for the Bulls season opener against the Miami Heat Derrick Rose spent time battling sumo wrestlers playing table tennis and working out for his Adidas Promotional tour in Asia this past week.
Rose spent the last six days in China and will wrap up his tour in the Philippines before returning to the United States to get ready for the 2013-14 NBA season.
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