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Derrick Rose may return before season ends

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05:27 PM ET 01.31 | The Chicago Bulls are suffering through another lost season, as any season that sees the star point guard and face of the franchise sit out is considered lost. But all may not be as lost as we're assuming. According to Joe Crowley of the Chicago Sun-Times, Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau implied that Derrick Rose could return to practice sometime in the near future. As usual with Thibs, he gave no timetable, and he even seemed to back off the notion that we should expect to see Rose before the playoffs begin.

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January 31, 2014  06:15 PM ET

arghhgg*&&%%$*( not again PLEASE!!!!!!

January 31, 2014  07:58 PM ET

He's missing?

January 31, 2014  08:43 PM ET

doubtful

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January 31, 2014  11:43 PM ET

Yep and then he should take that year off so he can be healthy the following year

February 1, 2014  12:03 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

arghhgg*&&%%$*( not again PLEASE!!!!!!

If this bothers you.....why don't you just try NOT paying attention?

February 1, 2014  12:05 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

If Rose comes back too soon, then he risks re-injuring himself and stifling his entire career.

Instead, he should take his time to heal properly so that he can come back at full strength next season.

Annnnnd......what if he's fully healed before the end of the season?

February 1, 2014  12:12 AM ET

Sorry Rose, you ain't no Kobe...

February 1, 2014  09:11 AM ET

You've Lost Your Bloom, Bro.

February 1, 2014  09:39 AM ET
QUOTE(#9):

You've Lost Your Bloom, Bro.

lol

February 1, 2014  10:45 AM ET
QUOTE(#6):

If this bothers you.....why don't you just try NOT paying attention?

That's for trolls like you :-). Paying attention or not is in the DNA.

February 1, 2014  11:10 AM ET

There is a critical age for pros and it varies with each individual but when a guy reaches age 30, he has to start looking over his shoulder. Twists, turns, pivots, sudden stops/direction changes place great stress on the body and the body begins to complain. Some guys recover and can give a couple more years. Others cannot. Rose????

February 1, 2014  11:12 AM ET
QUOTE(#8):

Sorry Rose, you ain't no Kobe...

cuz Kobe knows how to rehab!!!!

February 1, 2014  11:13 AM ET

There is a critical age - and it seems to be about 30 - when pros' bodies begin to give them messages. Some get the warnings sooner than others. Depends on how they play the game - the intensity with which they play the game - giving 110% and more night after night
has a way of taking its toll. A pro can retire gracefully or he can go down in a heap and be forced to retire and live out the rest of his life with varied disabilities that decrease his mobility as he ages. It's up to him. Maybe now is time for the bro to move on up and take a job in the front office????

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February 2, 2014  10:44 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

That's for trolls like you :-). Paying attention or not is in the DNA.

Troll?.....LOL......you spend far more of your posts b1tching and moan than you do to add constructive discussion!


But it's all good.


Maybe if they post enough 'Rose' articles, it'll induce you to jump off an I-85 overpass during rush hour..... ;-D

February 4, 2014  12:11 AM ET

who cares

 
February 4, 2014  12:58 PM ET

Take your time and get it right!

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