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The worst has been confirmed for Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls.
On Monday, the Bulls star will undergo surgery on his torn meniscus, and the Chicago Tribune is reporting that Rose will likely have his meniscus reattached, sidelining him for the remainder of the season.
Although it is possible that Rose could get back on the court sooner than that, head coach Tom Thibodeau would not set a timetable, admitting that they won’t know how long they’ll be without their point guard until after the surgery is performed.
“We’re hoping for the best,” Thibodeau said. “We of course feel very badly for Derrick. I talked to him at length [Saturday] night. He’s in good spirits, about as well as can be expected under the circumstances. And he’s already thinking about his rehab. Typical Derrick, he’s concerned about his team, his teammates.”
The surgery will be performed by team physician Dr. Brian Cole, who also repaired Rose’s torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in 2012.
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Derrick Rose limped off the court with an apparent knee injury — his right knee, so not that knee — in the second half the Chicago Bulls’ game in Portland Friday night. The video above shows the play, a cut to the hoop that ended in Rose slowing down with an injury of the non-contact variety. It was a non-contact injury in the 2012 playoffs that turned out to be a torn ACL...
Just when Derrick Rose appeared to be getting back into playing shape, another knee injury has cut down the former NBA Most Valuable Player.
Rose, who missed all of last season recovering from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, suffered a torn meniscus in his right knee, K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Per sources, Derrick Rose tore his right meniscus...
The Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose is set to have surgery to repair or replace his torn meniscus today. According to CSNChicago.com, it is possible that the former MVP point guard may miss the remainder of the season. How the Bulls handle the rest of the season now stands in the balance. The recovery time for... Read More... "Derrick Rose Surgery Set, May Miss the Remainder of...
The worst possible scenario for the Chicago Bulls and their fans happened on Friday night against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Late in the third quarter, when the Trail Blazers were transitioning to the other end of the floor following a turnover, point guard–and team star–Derrick Rose stepped the wrong way with his right leg, and left the game after being taken to the locker...
You don’t have to be a doctor to understand Rose’s two options.
1- Take out the Meniscus completely and come back in a few weeks.
2- Reattach the Meniscus and be out for around 6 months.
The problem with taking it out completely is that it has long term repercussions and can shorten your career, so it is probably best to have it reattached and that is what it appears Rose is...
Derrick Rose can’t seem to catch a break as he suffers a torn meniscus. This comes as devastating news to Chicago Bulls fans and the Chicago Bulls organization. Luckily it’s not in the same leg as the torn ACL injury Rose suffered that sidelined him for the entire 2012-2013 Season.
Rose could be out for a matter of weeks maybe months with this injury. I feel like if Rose and...
Derrick Rose is one of the best young players in the game. Chicago fans know it. NBA fans know it. Heck--anyone that knows what a basketball is knows it.But that doesn't matter if he isn't on the court.Gifulmination.comAfter waiting a whole season to see their young superstar return to the court Bulls fans saw the last thing they wanted to see--him being helped into the locker...
Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose underwent successful surgery at Rush University Medical Center to repair his torn medial meniscus in his right knee. The surgery was performed by team physicians Dr. Brian Cole and Dr. Chuck Bush Joseph according to NBA.com.
Rose suffered the injury in the third quarter during Chicago’s loss to Portland limping off the court and never returning despite...
Take your time, get healthy Derrick. Earlier this morning, Derrick Rose underwent successful surgery to repair his previously torn medial meniscus in his right knee… (cont.) — Chicago Bulls (@chicagobulls) November 25, 2013 (cont.) … The surgery was performed at Rush University Medical Center and Rose is out for the remainder of the season. — […]
We’ll keep you updated with details as they continue to roll in. Hopefully everything turns out to fine with Derrick Rose. Rose just went to locker room and needed to be helped off by training staff. Put no weight on right leg. — K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) November 23, 2013 UPDATE: Bulls PR says it’s a right […]
Derrick Rose could miss a significant amount of time with his latest knee injury.
The loss of Rose for the Bulls, could allow the Philadelphia 76ers to continue to purge their current roster for draft picks and salary cap fluidity.
Elliot Shore-Parks of NJ.com believes now would be perfect time for the Bulls to try and pry the Chicago native, Turner, away from Philadelphia.
After sitting out all of last season to rehab his torn ACL, Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose was expected to return to his previous form. I had even written an article about how he was a legitimate MVP candidate, and I personally figured that he would be able to lead the Bulls to a […]The post Report: Bulls Fear Torn ACL For Derrick Rose appeared first on The League News.
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Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the 2014 season because of his recent right knee surgery to fix a torn MCL, but he will return at the start of next season. The Chicago Bulls’ title hopes this year are over, but as the Bulls showed last season, they can still be a mid seeded playoff team in...
With Derrick Rose set for knee surgery and potentially missing the remainder of the season, the Chicago Bulls could be more inclined to trade Luol Deng.
The Bulls and Deng tabled extension talks in September and he is set to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Despite the protestations from Tom Thibodeau, the Bulls appear prepared to let Deng walk if he were to remain...