New York Knicks point guard Derrick Rose will miss the rest of the season after tearing the meniscus in his left knee, the team announced Sunday. He missed the entire 2012-13 season, played only 10 games the following season, and missed substantial time in every season since.
The injury, which has an estimated recovery time of six to eight weeks, comes at a critical time for Rose, who will be a free agent in June.
This is a developing story.
The 28-year-old Rose's latest injury setback will require arthroscopic surgery and will be his fourth surgery to either knee - he tore his left ACL in 2012 and underwent two surgeries on his right meniscus. "I didn't hear the real report on it".
Who gets to ask questions at the White House briefing?
But, of course, she had already left the Obama administration a year earlier, so it's kind of hard to pin that on her. Schiff, the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, declined to reveal any details of the information.
It's likely going to end with a one-year, make-good contract for Rose, which doesn't fit into New York's long-term plans.
Rose has averaged 18 points and 3.8 rebounds per game but was fined by the team in January after skipping a game against New Orleans without informing management of his whereabouts.
Derrick Rose is done for the season after an MRI discovered a small tear in his meniscus. While his tenure in NY could last just one season, he was originally acquired by the Knicks via trade during the most recent offseason. Sitting down at the table, I think we'll have to talk about. However, out of a possible 738 career games, Rose has missed 268, so teams will probably be unwilling to open their checkbooks for the unreliable star.
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