Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose began rehabilitation work Saturday, just one day after undergoing surgery to remove the damaged portion of the torn medial meniscus in his right knee, and is reportedly fully on-board with the Bulls' stated timeline of a four-to-six-week recovery period that would allow the former NBA Most Valuable Player to return to the court before the end of the regular season.
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The 26-year-old guard, who has now gone under the knife for surgical repair to his knees three times in the last 34 months, "displayed full confidence he will return to action this season" as he began post-meniscectomy rehab work at the Bulls' practice facility, according to K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune:
Though Rose won't address the media formally for a while, he roamed the Advocate Center hallways in good spirits, walking fine, openly vowing to overcome his latest setback to play down this season'sRead More »from Derrick Rose starts post-surgery rehab, confident in return this season